Did I Shave My Back for This? is the third album from country music parodist Cledus T. Judd. The title of the album itself is a take-off on Deana Carter's 1996 debut album Did I Shave My Legs for This?, whose title track is parodied here. Wives Do It All the Time" – 2:54. parody of "Guys Do It All the Time" by Mindy McCready. First Redneck on the Internet" – 3:41.
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Album by Cledus T. Wives Do It All the Time. First Redneck on the Internet. Every Bulb in the House Is Blown. Third Rock from Her Thumb. Did I Shave My Back for This? Hankenstein. Hip Hop and Honky Tonk. Cledus Don't Stop Eatin' for Nuthin'.
It ain't the first time this year It'll be the TV and beer I about forgot what's its like to be here As I sleep on the floor While she sniffles and snores Did I shave my back for this. Oh man Aww woo This things duller than a dag burn butter knife.
His third album, Did I Shave My Back for This? (a take-off on Deana Carter's Did I Shave My Legs for This?) included his first duet, with Buck Owens on the original track "First Redneck on the Internet 1998's Juddmental was his final album for Razor & Tie. It included a duet, this time with Daryle Singletary on "Ricky Tidwell's Momma's Gonna Play Football", a non-parody song previously recorded by Tim Wilson. Judd's final release for Koch was 2004's Bipolar and Proud. This album produced two more chart singles for him, including his highest-peaking, the No. 48 "I Love NASCAR", which parodied Keith's "I Love This Bar" and included guest vocals from Keith himself. Following this song was the No. 58 "Bake Me A Country Ham", based on Tracy Lawrence's "Paint Me a Birmingham".
Judd's ear picks up on rhythms and meters inherent in each song, resulting in unexpected, delightful parodies. And country humor rarely comes any smarter than "First Redneck on the Internet" or "Hankenstein. But don't let Judd's brains or goofiness stand in the way of your enjoyment of Did I Shave My Back for This? - if you've ever laughed at Ray Stevens, Grandpa Jones, or Weird Al Yankovic, this will surely tickle your funny bone.
Features Song Lyrics for Cledus T. Judd's Did I Shave My Back For This? album. Cledus T. Judd - Did I Shave My Back For This? Album Lyrics.
Mindy McCready, 02:37. Did I Shave My Back For This, 03:13. Hip Hip & Honky Tonk, 02:44. Cledus Don't Stop Eatin' For Nuthin', 03:30. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Did I Shave My Back For This? "Please retry". The inspired title track, a send-up of Deana Carter's "Did I Shave My Legs for This?" is the highlight of this comedy album, but Judd. also duets with Buck Owens on "First Redneck on the Internet," a laugh-inspiring takeoff on those satire-ready obsessive, computer junkies. The rest of the album is fun, too. He does have one glaring fault: He's too soft on his subjects
|Wives Do It All The Time||2:54|
|First Redneck On The Internet||3:41|
|Every Bulb In The House Is Blown||2:58|
|Third Rock From Her Thumb||2:54|
|Did I Shave My Back For This?||3:13|
|Hip Hop & Honky Tonk||2:44|
|Psychic To The Stars||2:52|
|Cledus Don't Stop Eatin' For Nuthin'||3:30|
|RT 82835-2||Cledus T. Judd||Did I Shave My Back For This? (CD, Album)||Razor & Tie||RT 82835-2||US||1998|
|82835-2||Cledus T. Judd||Did I Shave My Back For This? (CD, Album)||Razor & Tie Recordings, LLC||82835-2||Canada||1998|
|82835-2||Cledus T. Judd (No Relation)*||Did I Shave My Back For This? (CD, Album)||Razor & Tie||82835-2||US||1998|