Apparently I Live In a Cave – Metaphorically. This Song Rocks! (As it were)

Posted on January 13, 2012 | By TheEnabler | Comments Off on Apparently I Live In a Cave – Metaphorically. This Song Rocks! (As it were)

This morning I was pleasantly surprised to hear this song. It is an awesome new song to add to the vast catalog of drinking songs that exist. However, I was unpleasantly surprised to note that apparently I am clueless as to the wide world since this song has been out for several months and I have never heard it or heard of it. Toby Keith (who my wife is unable to distinguish from Keith Urban) has risen to new heights in my book (As has Carrottop – you must watch the video, don’t just listen – although Carrottop started pretty damn low). So, for your listening pleasure – and viewing –


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