Well you soul selling no-good
I ought to tear your no good
Perambulatory bone frame
And nail it to your government walls
All of you, you bastards
Fantastic and good to know that it's an
Here's a version of John Goodman singing in Big River. Who knew?
Of course, the character singing the song isn't exactly a shining star.
Huck returns home in the darkness to find his Pap, a violent drunk, waiting for him, who drags him off to his cabin in the woods. In his drunkenness, Pap swings from tomfoolery to extreme violence as he rails against a government that would take his son (and his son's money) away from him ("Guv'ment"). Pap attempts to kill Huck, hallucinating that he is the Angel of Death, but passes out in an inebriated mess.
Hmmm, I guess we can't have it all.