Yes, it is very country. But I'm confused.
January 27, 2007 9:54 AM Subscribe
Take this lyric and David Allen Coe it.
posted by jason's_planet to Media & Arts (6 answers total)
In David Allen Coe's song "If That Ain't Country" there's a line that goes like this:
"If that ain't country, it'll harelip the pope."
I've never heard this expression before. What is he talking about? How exactly does one harelip the pontiff? Is this a common locution? What does it mean?
Many thanks in advance.