D But I could kick your ass G I could jack your jaw A Put you flat in the dirt boy D Yeah id have a ball D So go ahead and act tough G Like your John Wayne’s son A But things can change fast D I can kick your ass . kick ass 1. verb, rude slang To defeat someone or something decisively. In this usage, a possessive noun or pronoun is used between "kick" and "ass." We weren't prepared for that game, and the other team kicked our asses. 2. verb, rude slang To physically attack one; to beat one up. In this usage, a possessive noun or pronoun is used between "kick" and. Jan 15, · The first, "I can kick your ass," is a (subjectively-sourced) statement of fact. It states something that can be accomplished. Once I say, "I'm gonna kick your ass," that amounts to a threat. You can call the police if someone told you they were going to kick your ass, especially if they told you exactly when and where they were going to.