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Subject: Piss pot pete From: Allan S. Date: 04 Nov 98 - PM Has any one heard of a song that starts with the words "Down from the hills came Piss pot Pete" This is a song that is said to exist. Suggstions are that it could be a variation of a poem by Robert Service. Any other ideas?? You call me Boy? Sixteen pounds of swingin' meat Balls as big around as pickle jars Enough hair on my back to weave a Navajo Indian rug Stand flat footed and piss in the radiator of a Mac truck And you have the outragious, audacity, to call be a boy? Heard this in the late 60's
Results 1 to 7 of 7. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Inactive Rank. It all started a way out west, To settle the bet of who was best. Now news of this boast traveled far and wide; Thousands of rod-toters came and died; When down from Knoxville came Pisspot Pete, With eighteen pounds of Swinging Meat.
Fresh off the range from diddlin' sheepPisspot laid his John upon the barThe old folks say that it reached from thar to thar. Pete yelled for a bottle then turned as he spokeSpent a year on the range with a rusty load in my poke. I've palmed a few batches on the hill where I satChanged hands and gained a stroke -- caught it in my hat. On a cold winter's nights, I go to bed with the sheepThen leave my John soak til the shit is knee deap.