WATCH: ‘She Shot My Buck’ Music Video Is Funny AF

A fresh twist on an old story. This girl knew how to hurt her ex more deeply than Carrie Underwood EVER could.

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on September 29, 2017

A fresh twist on an old story.

This girl knew how to hurt her ex more deeply than Carrie Underwood EVER could.

Are you tired of the same old, same old?

Want something a little more light-hearted than the “she left me, she hurt me, come watch me cry in my beer” kind of story?

Here’s a twist on that story that outdoorsman can really appreciate.

And it doesn’t hurt that it’s hilarious, either.

It opens sounding like a sad Country ballad… but don’t let the flowing piano intro fool you…

it doesn’t take long to see things are just a little bit different than those other ones.

‘Hunter safety card in the ashtray’?

‘Spent 223 shell case rolling in the floorboards’?

Hold up… this isn’t what I was expecting.

‘It sure smells a lot like doe pee in this dixie cup’?

Go on, really. I DARE you to find that line in ANY other song, anywhere.

Alright, if this is all from the first verse, what’s waiting to jump out at us in the chorus?

Bridge: She knew just how to hurt me when we broke up…

And BOOM!

‘She shot my buck! She just rolled the window down and lit him up in a field outside of town, squeezed off a round, he hit the ground, bloody drag marks is all I found, she shot my buck’

The later verses get even better.

But you’ll have to watch those for yourself.

Pass this along to someone who will howl with laughter.

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