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Song Parodies -> "How Do You Like My Cows?"

Original Song Title:

"How Do You Like Me Now?"

Original Performer:

Toby Keith

Parody Song Title:

"How Do You Like My Cows?"

Parody Written by:

Royce Miller

The Lyrics

I was always the earthy one, I wanted a silo and a barn
I had a number of books about cows
You were always the flitty one
wouldn't know a cow if you saw one
Your idea of country was horses pulling ploughs

You never gave me your attention
I'm really glad about that now
I've got too many country gals to mention
They're down to earth like me, oh wow

How do you like my cows?
How do you like my hay?
Do you still think I'm crazy
Standing in my field today
I couldn't make you love me, but I used to dream about
Owning my own dairy farm
How do you like my cows?

When I took off to Wisconsin I heard that you said I was dim
Never imagined I'd make it this far
Then I bought myself some Holsteins, girl
Ain't it a big, beautiful world
I'd rather drive a tractor than a car

I call this my home and I'm never alone
I hear the rooster crowing outside
Alarm clock starts ringin'
Oh baby, I'm singin'
I do the milkin' with such pride!

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