Wacky Tobaccy

Album: The Bus Songs (2017)
  • Ahh yeah
    What's that smell?

    Wanda is a woman she works down the hall
    Shows up on time, she's like balls to the wall
    She went out to lunch with her high school friends
    'Bout three hours later she came rollin' back in
    Well the boss man really jumped her
    Son he wasn't joking
    Everybody in the office knew wanda had been smokin'

    That old wacky tobaccy
    When you feel it creeping up on you
    That old wacky tobaccy
    Kick back and let it do what it do

    Know you can two tote her, you can one hit him
    Puff it in a pipe and you can twist it in a stem
    You can bake it in some brownies, smoke it through a bong
    Roll up a great big fat one like ol' Cheech and Chong
    Burn it through a hole, in a can of Budweiser
    If you can't take the heat son vaporizer

    That old wacky tobaccy
    When you feel it creeping up on you
    That old wacky tobaccy
    Kick back and let it do what it do

    Now do what you do
    Oh yeah

    You got your Mexican and Jamaican with those buds of blue
    Humboldt County and hydroponic too
    Okeechobee purple from down in the south
    And that ol' stuff your uncle smokes 'ill give you cotton mouth
    Homegrown is healthy, synthetic can kill ya, my all time favorite is redhead sensimilla

    That old wacky tobaccy
    When you feel it creeping up on you
    That old wacky tobaccy
    Kick back and let it do what it do

    Awww let it do what it do
    Yeah it do

    Y'all got any Fritos Writer/s: Toby Keith
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