Ted Cruz releases “If You’re Gonna’ Run in Texas” parody song radio ad [video and lyrics]

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Texas Senator Ted Cruz tweeted out a brand new political ad that his Senatorial campaign released Tuesday that features a parody of the country song “If you’re gonna’ play in Texas.”

The campaign changed the well-known lyrics from “If you’re gonna’ play in Texas, you gotta’ have a fiddle in the band” to “If you’re gonna’ run in Texas, you can’t be a liberal man.”

Cruz then thanked Texas Republican voters who, despite a massive Democrat party turn out effort, showed up in greater numbers than members of the opposition party.

Lyrics to “If You’re Gonna’ Run in Texas”

If you’re gonna’ run in Texas, you can’t be a liberal man

Cuz’ liberal is not the spirit of a Lone Star man

Ya’ gotta’ be tough as Texas

and honest about your plans

If you’re gonna’ run in Texas, you can’t be a liberal man

 

I remember reading stories

Liberal Robert wanted to fit in

So he changed his name to Beto

and hid it with a grin

Beto wants those open borders

and wants to take our guns

not a chance he’ll get a vote

from millions of Texans

 

If you’re gonna’ run in Texas, you can’t be a liberal man

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