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This song was first by Ray Wylie Hubbard

He was born in Oklahoma
His wife's name is Betty Lou Thelma Liz
He's not responsible for what he's doing
'Cause his mother made him what he is

And it's up against the wall Redneck Mother
Mother, who has raised her son so well
He's thirty-four and drinking in a honky tonk
Just kicking hippies asses and raising hell

Sure does like his Falstaff beer
He likes to chase it down with that Wild Turkey liquor
He drives a fifty-seven GMC pickup truck
He's got a gun rack, goat ropers need love, too sticker

And it's up against the wall Redneck Mother
Mother, who has raised her son so well
He's thirty-four and drinking in a honky tonk
Just kicking hippies asses and raising hell

Ah, play for mama

M is for the mud flaps you give me for my pickup truck
O is for the oil I put on my hair
T is for T-bird
H is for haggard
E is for eggs, and
R is for Redneck

Up against the wall Redneck Mother
Mother, who has raised her son so well
He's thirty-four and drinking in a honky tonk
Kicking hippies asses and raising hell

It's up against the wall Redneck Mother
Mother, who has raised her son so well
He's thirty-four and drinking in a honky tonk
Just kicking hippies asses and raising hell

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