Woody Harrelson & John C. Reilly Whoop-I-Ti-Yi-Yo Lyrics

One, two, you know what to do

Well, I'm just an old cowboy with twigs in my hair
Two-thirds alligator and three-quarters bear
And one half a lion but let it be known
I never told one lie that was not my own

Whoop-i-ti-yi-yo, git along little doggy

I'll eat when I'm hungry, I'll drink when I'm dry
Don't boss me or cross me or I'll spit in your eye
I think what I please and I say what I mean
And I think all you women are the finest I've seen

Whoop-i-ti-yi-yo, git along little doggy

I love the prairie, say what you will
It's flat and it's dusty but I love it still
It's emtpy and lonely and tedious too
So maybe I'm crazy but what can I do

Whoop-i-ti-yi-yo, git along little doggy

Here comes the solo

Yeah, real good

I guess you can tell by the way we are dressed
We're are two cowboy of the wild west
Cowboy's who's boots have stepped into manour
Heroes of song and of literature
We ride in the snow and we ride in the rain
Just like Gene Autry, just like John Wayne
They were better cowboys then us and I mean it
And we are still living and that is convenient

Whoop-i-ti-yi-yo, git along little doggy
Whoop-i-ti-yi-yo, git along little doggies
Yoo-ah-lay-lee, yoo-ah-lay-lee, a-whooooo
Wha, hooooo

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