“Big Dog Daddy Got A Lot” – Toby Keith Raises A Solo Cup With Epic Toast During Oklahoma Football Game

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I think we all need to start saying this toast in honor of Big Dog Daddy.

It still feels like a fever dream waking up this morning and knowing that Toby Keith is no longer with us. The country music legend peacefully passed away Monday night at the age of 62 after a longstanding battle with stomach cancer.

As one of country music’s most famed singers and songwriters, to say we are all feeling the loss of him would be an understatement. As many of his country music colleagues took to social media yesterday to note his contributions to the industry, many fans who were lucky enough to interact with Keith’s larger-than-life personality are sharing some of their cherished moments as well.

The Oklahoma native was a huge fan of University of Oklahoma sports (although Oklahoma State adopted “Should’ve Been A Cowboy “ as its anthem) and often attended sporting events in Norman. Celebrating the life of Keith, a fan who was in a box with the country music star shared a video of a group taking a shot during a Sooner football game.

Before downing the beverage, Keith and others raised their “Red Solo Cup(s),” and he delivered one of the best toasts I have ever heard.

“When I die, and I’m in my grave
No more nookie shall I crave
On my tombstone, it shall be written
Big Dog Daddys got a lot
And I ain’t….” 

Toby Keith’s tombstone could contain a novel of great words, but those last two lines are pure gold.

@jelli.ko It was an honor to raise a Red Solo Cup with Toby Keith. May he be out of pain and singing with his favorites in heaven. #PatrioticAsTheyCome #RIP #ImAtTheEnd ♬ Tony Keiths toast – Kelli Schwab Delgado

Raise your solo cups and think of your own ditty to honor his legacy, or sing out a few lines of your favorite song.

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