Lovin' Bar-B-Que [Part 2 of my Culinary trilogy]
Song lyrics by Chrome Dome Mike Kimbro
A loose relyric of the song “Tulsa Girl” by Andrew Trube and Anthony Farrell of the Austin band Greyhounds.
Read along to my Spoken Verse Performance!
Noon Friday means just one thing:
Lunch out with the crew.
We loaded up in Joe’s car, yeah.
He asked: Hey y’all, where to?
We did not hesitate to say:
“How about Barbeque?”
Off we go!
Tarheels chop up their pork and
Vinegar gives extra zest..
Tennessee pulled pork
Is sweeter than the rest
We Texans know, beyond a doubt,
That beef brisket is the best.
Where’s my bibb?
Now my baby took me
To see her folks
For the very first time.
So on the way
I scored a couple racks of ribs.
And we all got along just fine.
They were cool.
Copyright © Michael Kimbro 2012. All rights reserved
Keywords: Poems about Bar-B-Que, BBQ poetry, songs about barbeque, Verses about smoked meat.