“Dicked Down in Dallas” is a terrible way to end country music’s year

The album art for “Dicked Down in Dallas.” Photo: Genuis.com

When I first heard there was a country song called “Dicked Down in Dallas,” I guffawed. As a lifelong fan of country music, I am accustomed to some zany titles. In a genre that gave us such unforgettable diddies as “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy,” “Goin’ Through the Big D,” and “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy),” cheeky innuendo is nothing new. But “Dicked Down in Dallas?”…

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Skylar Baker-Jordan

Skylar Baker-Jordan

Skylar Baker-Jordan has been writing about UK and US politics and culture for more than a decade. His work has appeared at The Independent, Salon, and elsewhere