THE COWBOY E.M.T.
By G.T. Burton (cowboy poet)
The lady choked on something
Looked like she was almost dead
When into Bill's Cafe walked
Randy Jones and Booger Red.
Jones told Red to help the girl
''Cause he'd done it once before.
So Red walked up behind her
and pulled her jeans down to the floor.
He licked her 'cross the back side
And the lady coughed and screamed.
She coughed up what had choked her
As Red stood by and beamed.
She'd finally got her breath back
And it was a welcome sight.
But she turned around at Red
And slapped hem with all her might.
She yelled all sorts of insults,
Aimin' blows at Booger's head;
It didn't seem to matter
He walked back to Jones and said:
"It's tough to do the rescue
Cause the thanks don't seem to rhyme.
But that Hind Lick Maneuver
Will un-choke em' ever time.