Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Chicken Fried

If you've been near a radio playing country music in the last hour, you've probably heard this four times. One of those songs that might be tolerable if you only heard it once a month. But thanks to sheer, overwhelming repetition, I have come to not only hate it more than any other song, but the final part has actually caused me to hate America.

I thank God for my life
And for the stars and stripes
May freedom forever fly, let it ring.
Salute the ones who died
The ones that give their lives so we don`t have to sacrifice
All the things we love
Like our chicken fried


I've always been curious: What threat does Zac Brown perceive to this country that might cause him to sacrifice his chicken fried? Takeover by ultra radical Muslim extremists who will ban not just pork but poultry? If that's the price I have to pay to never hear this song again, so be it.

Oh well, maybe Zac Brown will get sent to prison for enjoying 'the touch of a precious child' a little too much, and the same thing will be accomplished.

3 comments:

blaine_fridley said...

"like our chicken fried"!?!?

[choking on rage-bile]

heebie-geebie said...

This song always makes me ask "Are you trying to sound like an advertising jingle?"

courtneyryan369 said...

The first 1,423,243,524 times I heard this song I loved it. Now? Only once a day. Please?

Wandered over here from your sister's blog. Thanks for poking fun at some of my favs and making me laugh!