As sung to Johnny Cash's "A Boy Named Sue" & sung from Evan D-Smith's perspective. Our coach got us up at quarter to four Up to shower and out the door I didn’t want to but what could I do? Off to Detroit in the middle of the night Little did I know there’d be a big fight And Id get stomped by a man named Suh. Kickoff arrived & man it was tough Lot of pushing cause we played it rough And I wasn’t sure if Id play the whole game through I manned on up and pushed them Lions back Cause I didn’t want let them get a sack But its hard when you get stomped by a man named Suh. He forced my head down into the ground And held it there so I couldn’t turn around He was three-O-seven, so what could I do? He finally got up & I flipped on my back What he did next I thought he was on crack Cause I just got stomped by a man named Suh. I was mad as hell but kept my cool. I knew what he’d done was against the rule. And that the men in black would know what to do. The call was quick, and it was right They threw him out before Id fight After being stomped by a man named Suh. The post game presser was funny as hell He denied it all as far as I can tell Even Deion, Faulk & Irvin said he had to get a clue The important thing is we won the game Beat them Lions at home to add to the shame Even after I got stomped by a man named Suh.