Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson has teamed up with country singer Colt Ford to release a country rap song about God, guns, and hunting called “Cut ’em all.”
Those familiar with Duck Dynasty know “cut ’em” is the call to pull the trigger once the ducks are close enough to shoot.
In the song Ford sings the first verse and Robertson makes his singing/rapping debut by carrying the second verse. Ford sings, “We love the outdoors, God family, faith, and friends. This here’s redneck approved, going to stay that way until the very end.”
Robertson follows with:
They call me Boss Hog, yeah I do it duck style. You keep your yuppie car, son I do it truck style.
Ain’t scared of getting dirty, love to get a little mud on it. Stay close with God and guns, yeah that’s just the way we want it.
It’s just a family thing, that’s how we get it did. If you don’t know, you better ask somebody, this here’s how country lives.
With the remember of the second verse Robertson mentions a variety of different ducks that he hunts while Ford uses the song to keep the focus on family. Both men sing about God and faith and what it means to grow up in a rural southern setting.
We cut ’em all jack, yeah we tot them shotguns. We cut ’em jack, country boys don’t ever run
We cut ’em all jack, if it flies it dies. We cut ’em all jack, country’s how we live our lives.
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