Alan Jackson - Gone Country lyrics, don't get the word
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Makes no sence to me. Can you guys please explain me?
Can I suggest to you that using the lyrics to Country Music songs to hone your English is like using the historical practices of Microsoft to learn high quality software engineering? Dangerously on topic for Linux Questions (I hope that's allowed in General), I suppose, but there is some, errr, eccentric and idiomatic usage on display.
Get 'em while ther hot! I would say that 'dem' comes from old-South African American dialect: dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones, dem dry, dry bones
Here, wikipedia agrees: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dem_Bones
As to where my earlier example came from: it's Wes Texis