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Steve Lee is an Australian CountryMusic singer whose album "I Like Guns" is full of [[CargoShip love songs]] to [[GunNut firearms]].

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Steve Stephen Gary "Steve" Lee is an Australian CountryMusic singer whose album "I Like Guns" is full of [[CargoShip love songs]] to [[GunNut firearms]].


* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: He probably has more fans in [[UsefulNotes/AmericanGunPolitics certain segments]] of the American population (helpfully for him, these segments are stereotypically associated with country music) than he does in his home country of Australia.

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** TheCoverChangesTheMeaning: "I've Shot Every Gun"
* CoolGuns: There are definitely a few of these in his music videos.



* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: He probably has more fans in [[UsefulNotesAmericanGunPolitics certain segments]] of the American population (helpfully for him, these segments are stereotypically associated with country music) than he does in his home country of Australia.

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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: He probably has more fans in [[UsefulNotesAmericanGunPolitics [[UsefulNotes/AmericanGunPolitics certain segments]] of the American population (helpfully for him, these segments are stereotypically associated with country music) than he does in his home country of Australia.



* RareGuns: Watch his music videos. You'll see these, especially in the parts filmed in other countries where he shoots things that are illegal in Australia.



* ProtestSong: "Who Gave You the Right to Take my Guns Away from Me?" is one. "I'll Give Up My Gun" is another. Really, all of them are protest songs, since he seems to be trying to make a political statement by singing songs about firearms in Australia.

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* ProtestSong: "Who Gave You the Right to Take my Guns Away from Me?" is one. "I'll Give Up My Gun" is another. Really, all of them are protest songs, since he seems to be trying to make a political statement simply by singing songs about firearms in Australia.Australia, a country with fairly strict laws about firearm ownership.


[[https://www.youtube.com/user/steveleeilikeguns He has a YouTube channel with some music videos, some videos of him shooting, some videos of him talking about firearm-related political issues, and some fairly informative videos about firearms and hunting.]]



* CoveredUp: "I've Been Everywhere" became "I've Shot Every Gun" and Miranda Lambert's "Time to Get a Gun" was also covered.

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* CoveredUp: CoverVersion: "I've Been Everywhere" became "I've Shot Every Gun" and Miranda Lambert's "Time to Get a Gun" was also covered.



* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: He probably has more fans in [[UsefulNotesAmericanGunPolitics certain segments]] of the American population (helpfully, the ones stereotypically associated with country music) than he does in his home country of Australia.
* LoveSong: "She Don't Like Guns"

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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: He probably has more fans in [[UsefulNotesAmericanGunPolitics certain segments]] of the American population (helpfully, the ones (helpfully for him, these segments are stereotypically associated with country music) than he does in his home country of Australia.
* LoveSong: GunPorn: He definitely has a bit of this.
* SillyLoveSongs:
"She Don't Like Guns"


Steve Lee is an Australian country singer whose album "I Like Guns" is full of [[CargoShip love songs]] to [[GunNut firearms]].

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Steve Lee is an Australian country CountryMusic singer whose album "I Like Guns" is full of [[CargoShip love songs]] to [[GunNut firearms]].

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Some tropes in his music:
* CoveredUp: "I've Been Everywhere" became "I've Shot Every Gun" and Miranda Lambert's "Time to Get a Gun" was also covered.
* DoesNotLikeGuns: His wife, according to "She Don't Like Guns" (but she loves him).
* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: He probably has more fans in [[UsefulNotesAmericanGunPolitics certain segments]] of the American population (helpfully, the ones stereotypically associated with country music) than he does in his home country of Australia.
* LoveSong: "She Don't Like Guns"
* ProtestSong: "Who Gave You the Right to Take my Guns Away from Me?" is one. "I'll Give Up My Gun" is another. Really, all of them are protest songs, since he seems to be trying to make a political statement by singing songs about firearms in Australia.


Steve Lee is an Australian country singer whose album "I Like Guns" is full of [[CargoShip love songs]] to [[GunNut firearms]].

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Steve Lee is an Australian country singer whose album "I Like Guns" is full of [[CargoShip love songs]] to [[GunNut firearms]].firearms]].

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