Oooh yeah, "How long it been since you had a thick greasy bouwl a Wolf Brand Chili? Two ow wa? That be 'bout two ow wa too long!" Yeah, Johnny's got it down: A good ol' steamin' Frito pie! However, my esteemed collegue does make a salient point: The musical properties DO mitigate more toward a "grits and greens" style motif. You the audience be the judge: Is it organic cajun so'ul food music, or a good ol' Texas Bean Pie piece? Either way, wash either of 'em down with a big bottle a R o' C coke cola! Ah, Nirvhana...or Heaven, depending. Drat, now I'm starved with only that diet sandwhich my wife made, and visions of bean pie dancin' in my head... Arrrgggggh!
ah like mah chili homemade, right out of the can, thank yew.... with Fritos when possible... :)
or pressure cooked with my daddy's home recipe- but that'll get the EPA on yer ass.... :(
---but this song is more turnip greens if you ask me- orbital and organic. Too thumbs up!
Love the Gink.
Y'all realize if you had a vinyl copy of this and played it set on 45, you'd be hearing the natiional anthem...of some country, not sure who's. I think maybe Texas. Yup, Texas is no longer part of the United States. Federal Government banned Texans from eating chili after some Missouri housewife lit up the stove for the evening meal and darn near blew up the house. There were Federal investigations, harsh words in the Senate. Forced to either give up chili or Statehood, the result was a foregone conclusion. The new country is now called Tex. Everyone likes the name better. Besides now that they're independent, they didn't see the need for rest of the name, since most of them were in Washington DC to begin with anyway. All you Texans out there: Viva La Wolf Brand! Or if you're from A&M: Hook 'em Hogs!