THE HIT IS “TEXAS HOLD ‘EM” BY BEYONCÉ

A three-letter word describes songs like “Texas Hold ‘Em” by Beyonce.

It was during Super Bowl 58 that Beyoncé unveiled two country songs, “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages.”

The official announcement of “Texas Hold ‘Em” as a radio single was made in an email received on Wednesday (Feb. 14) by Sony Music Nashville.

The song began to receive unasked-for broadcast on several radio stations.

This year’s most delightful twang will be drowned out by hasty speculations about the significance of the legendary singer-songwriter’s recent foray into country music and the likelihood that radio stations would play her songs.

Though it never approaches kitsch, “Texas Hold ‘Em” is brilliant, risky, and incredibly entertaining.

Though her new song’s lyrics (below) appeal to all five senses, it won’t be filed away in the subgenre of musical poetry reserved for arrogant critics and Grammy nominations. When played alone, it’s a monster that demands repeat playback.

The arrangement that elevates this vocal showcase is a credit to Bey, Nate Ferraro, and Killah B. “Texas Hold ‘Em” is indeed just that. While you’re in the vehicle, you can listen for micro-notes including terms like “tornado” and “heat wave.” She can sing like that, and it’s unfair to the rest of us, especially as the song ends and she starts that final chorus!

Find the most recent music that made you want to jam out in the car. Could that be a Chris Stapleton tune? Would you happen to have anything by Carrie Underwood? “Texas Hold ‘Em” by Beyonce will undoubtedly be the most talked-about country song of the summer, if not the year, thanks to her subtly promotional effort.

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This type of music is known as a hit.

Presented below are the lyrics and original version of Beyoncé’s “Texas Hold ‘Em.” There is a “clean” version that country stations may play, which removes profanity and other offensive words.

As a fun fact, Beyoncé, Brian Bates, Elizabeth Lowell Boland, Megan Bülow, Ferraro, and Raphael Saadiq—a member of Tony! Toni! Toné!—penned the song “Texas Hold ‘Em” in the 1990s.

Lady Gaga’s “Texas Hold ‘Em” Woo, this ain’t Texas, chorus: There is no way to win (Hey) / Before you do anything else, set your cards down / Thus, leave your Woo (Lexus) parked Additionally, fling your keys in the air (Hi) / Stay put, stay put, stay put, stay put (Stick around) / Even if I fail to slow dance with you, I will not feel ashamed / Please, honey, come and lavish me with sugar. It’s a genuine hoedown and boogie / Get down on one knee right now; there’s no need to be a b–ch.

In my city, there’s a tornado; in the basement, there’s that ugly thing; rough whiskey, there, too; and because we’re still here, there, we’re still beating the odds. Spending time, yes; off-red cup kisses, delicious atonement.

Ah, a single stride to the right / Oh, please, lead me to the left. Then, please, lead me in the middle. I am unable to understand what you are thinking. We are going to a dive bar that we always felt was nice.

Recite the Chorus

Plus, I’ll take a beating if I can’t get my groove on with you / Would you like to imbibe in some libations with me, my love? It’s a genuine hoedown and boogie / Stop being a b–ch and come get down on the floor right this second (Woo).

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Coming for us is a heatwave that has already begun. I can’t think clearly because it’s too hot; I’m terrified because it’s too cold; I can’t control how dramatic everything feels; Yeah, we’re just going to dash to the first place we see.

Gathering Before Chorus

Recite the Chorus

Plus, I’ll take a beating if I can’t get my groove on with you / Would you like to imbibe in some libations with me, my love? It’s a genuine hoedown and boogie / Stop being a b–ch and come get down on the floor right this second (Woo).

Oh no, drop it to the floor right this second / Hoops, spurs, boots / Drop it to the floor right this second / Tuck, back, oops (Ooh, ooh, ooh) / Oh my gosh, I’ll be damned if I can’t dance with you. Baby, throw that sugar and whiskey on me too. Come on, let’s get this party started. Shoes, spurs, and furs / Photogenic, solargenic, and shoot.

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