Can I say for example
She nailed the shit out of the chorus or
he nailed the shit out of the job
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I would say that you can't.
When using to nail something, it is always structured like:
I nailed that solo.
Here nailed is the verb, while I and solo are respectively subject and object.
Using verbing the shit out of something results in the following structure:
You scared the shit out of me.
Here scared is the verb, thus emphasizing the scaring.
So saying that you nailed the shit out of something would be the same as saying that you did a great job nailing something.