Starcraft 2 Jukebox - Whiteboy James and the Blues Express - A Zerg, A Shotgun & You

Jukebox song

A Zerg, A Shotgun and You (also titled Shotgun, Zerg, and You) is a song in Wings of Liberty.

It is composed by Anthony Theisen, James Page, and John Denton and performed by White Boy James & The Blues Express.[1]

In-Universe[edit | edit source]

Shotgun, A Zerg and You was a popular terran musical track performed by White Boy James & The Blues Express, written by the notorious outlaw-poet James "White Boy" Page. It was a followup to their previous hit Excuse Me for Scribblin'. The song was later banned by the Terran Dominion. The song was part of "Revolution Overdrive: Songs of Liberty," compiling the greatest anti-Dominion songs of the Koprulu sector.[2]

Lyrics[edit | edit source]

Shotgun, zerg and you
I gotta zerg and a shotgun
And I'm bringin' ‘em home to you.
Pickup, protoss and you
I gotta pickup and a protoss
And I’m bringin' ‘em home to you.
Shovel, bucket and you
I gotta shovel and a bucket
And I’m bringin' ‘em home to you.
Instrumental music plays.
Boots, socks and you
I got boots and socks
And I’m bringin' ‘em home to you.
Instrumental music plays.
Protoss, pickup, shovel, bucket, boots, socks, salsa, chips, whiskey, coke, candy, flowers, headstone, grave
I gotta zerg and a shotgun
And I’m bringing them home to you.
Instrumental music plays.
Hey grab your zerg and beat 'em in the head, if you don't like biscuits, feed'em cornbread.
Zerg don't waste time half drunk, jump on a man like a dog on a bone. Like a dog on a bone.
Gonna be a hood ornament in a second. STEAMROLLER!
Kick off your shoes. Stay awhile. Take your coat off. Take your socks off. Hang your hat up. Get you something to eat. Watch a little TV. Gonna be here a while myself. Have a good time. Look both ways. Don't go swimming for an hour...[1]

Game Use[edit | edit source]

It can be played on the jukebox in the cantina.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In the song, "protoss" is pronounced as "pro-tohs" instead of the usual "pro-toss."
  • A live performance of the song was done at BlizzCon 2010.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Blizzard Entertainment. StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty. (Activision Blizzard). PC. Jukebox (in English). 2010.
  2. StarCraft II Revolution Overdrive. Blizzard Entertainment. Accessed 2011-09-12.
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