Paul Cook

Paul Cook

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Country - Religious | Wichita Falls, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 11,765   
Member Since: 2008
   Last Login: 2/1/2018

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Song Description

If you've ever been down to the swamp and checked it out, you know it's like it's own world. Only the strong survive.

Story Behind the Song

I know some people who make their living in the swamp. I decided to write them a little tune they could sing while they work.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

I like the overall tone of this song. Got most of the keys that make a good song. good story line. I wouldn't be surprised if Ive already heard this song on Swamp People.
I kept waiting for the lead--glad to hear it finally!

    - Patrick E. Muth/Catnip Pat

great vibe great production, real toe tapper.
Visual lyrics.

    - Donovan Tucker

See Ya Later, Alligator

Deep in the heart of the dark bayou

Cold blooded killer hey what ya gonna do

You don't know that you've been had

Swamp people coming gonna hurt you bad

Chicken leg hanging on a cypress tree

Go ahead and take it and then ya gonna see

Hooked you good now what ya gonna do

Big headed gator, I'm coming for you

Twist that line

Show me that head

This raging Cajun's gonna

Shoot you dead


Thats no tree shaker

He's a real tree breaker

He'll crush you like a can

If you get too close

He'll swallow you whole

Keep a rifle in your hand

King of the swamp

You met your match

Hey what you gonna do

See ya later alligator

I'm a coming for you

Red eyes floating on a moonlit night

Hiding in the dark stayin' out of sight

Sneak up and grab ya with my old bare hands

Throw ya in the boat watch ya do that dance

Fearless hunters got a job to do

Kill Godzilla fore he kills you (choot em, choot em)

You can swim but you cannot hide

You'll be layin on the dock by supper time



Hey twelve foot monster

You bring a good price

I got some chicken

That smells pretty wicked

Gonna put you on ice

Show me that smile

You can hiss and you can blow

Workin all day

No time to waste

Gotta hundred tags to go

Copyright 2011 Paul Cook

Turtle on a Fencepost

Song Length
Country - Cajun, Country - Honky Tonk
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Reptiles, Water

Similar Artists
Tim Mcgraw, Travis Tritt
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Paul Cook
Music Credits Paul Cook
Producer Credits Terry Mashburn
Publisher Credits Turtle on a Fencepost
Performance Credits Mack Tubb
Label Credits Big Note