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Shame the programme makers couldn't resist cutting to specious shots of doleful looking cattle or using the crassest of soundtracks, featuring Bad to the Bone and The Size of a Cow.
MUSIC: George Thorogood's smash hit, Bad to The Bone, epitomises the straight-ahead hard-hitting blues-based rock we have come to expect from Lonesome George, as he is sometimes known, over his 30-year career so far.
Trouble is, she's quite a sweetheart, meaning her creator must convince her she's bad to the bone or he'll lose the competition.
He added: "She's bad to the bone and I love her to death.
In Volume Two, some boys are bad to the bone from birth, and some boys are good boys in disguise to protect themselves from pain.
all in all they were bad to the bone to say the least.
But a lot of the kids who roam the streets ``like feral animals'',as Will Self insultingly but pretty honestly put it, aren't bad to the bone.
LOS ANGELES -- After 35 years as "The World's Greatest Bar Band," George Thorogood & The Destroyers are back on the road and still bad to the bone.