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hi, I have a vocabulary question about a kings of leon video on you tube

I can't make out what the guy is saying in the:
4th second of the video (I don't wanna be the one that ...... it out)

and in the 14th second when he' talking about his shirt (should I ..... round it)
Thanks in advance

ania
In the 4th second he says, "I don't want to be the one to start it out", though the first "t" comes through very strongly and almost sounds like a "k".

In the 14th second he says, "should I 'Burt Reynolds' it", which turns the actor Burt Reynolds' name into a verb! Obviously, this is very informal language. You'll have to watch some clips of Burt Reynolds on YouTube to see how his acting style might match up with the song.
A more careful listening reveals the first guy said, "I don't want to be the one that starts it out" while the second guy said, "...I should 'Burt Reynold' it", leaving the final "s" off of the actor's name. At the same time, he's gesturing with his hands as if to open his shirt, giving you a clue as to his meaning. I'm pretty sure your research of "Burt Reynolds" on YouTube will confirm his idea!
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