Spray some TCB, overalls, one strap, I was BBD
TCB refers to the organic chemical called Trichlorobenzene which is used to kill weeds and other unwanted plants. Farmers usually spray this to save their crops, in which the “overalls, one strap” comes into play. It may also refer to the term “Taking Care of Business” which was the name of Elvis Presley’s band. Murs is about take care of business and get it in.
One strap refers to the way some farmers wear their overalls. It may also refer to one-strapping a backpack.
BBD refers to the 90’s R&B group Bel Biv Devoe who were known for their popular hit, “Poison.” This plays off the use of weed killer. This is confirmed as Murs' entourage yells the song name in the background.
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