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Song Parodies -> "Beer Train (The Coors Train)"

Original Song Title:

"Love Train"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The O'Jays

Parody Song Title:

"Beer Train (The Coors Train)"

Parody Written by:

Darrell Wilhelm

The Lyrics

As anyone who has watched televised football, basketball and baseball games in addition to rodeos, bullriding, boxing and wrestling would know, this song is about the well-known Coors Light commercials that (don't quote me on this) first appeared at the 2006 Super Bowl and have taken on different guises since then, and the only song that seemed to fit my idea was none other than "Love Train" by the O'Jays, which is the "jingle", if you will in each and every "beer train" commercial. The "Ho Yeah!" line was pirated from King of the Hill's bouffant-headed matron, Peggy Hill, and it is not intended as a breach of copyright laws. Since I am a devout atheist and I despise all religion or anything containing "God" or "Jesus", I also hate 12-step groups and would like to see them all grind to a halt someday. I am mostly German rather than African-American, and I sound more like, say, Neil Sedaka or Frankie Vallie than any R&B or soul artist ever would. Drink up and enjoy! (Darrell Gene Wilhelm, April 10, 2007)
People all over the world join in (everybody)
Grab a longneck (or a can)
Ride the beer train (the Coors train)
People all over the world (all the world now)
Join hands (beer ride)
Start a Coors train (beer ride), Coors train

The next stop is St. Louis, Missouri
Tell all the folks at Bud and Michelob, too
Don't you know that it's time to get on board
And let the beer train keep riding, riding on through

(Coors Light!)

People all over the world (all you need is beer)
Grab a longneck (or a can)
Start a beer train, a Coors train (don't need a ticket, come on in)
People all over the world (Drink our beer, drink it up)
Join in (Drink our beer, y'all)

Start a Coors train (Come on, train), a beer train
All of you soldiers over in Arabia
Tell all the folks in Iraq and Afghanistan, too
You can't miss this train at the station
'Cause it looks like a line of Coors Light cans

Ho Yeah!

People all over the world (Sisters and brothers)
Start a Coors train, a beer train (Come on)
People all over the world (All you need is beer)
Grab a longneck (or a pounder)
Start a Coors train, a beer train
Ride, let it ride
Let it ride
People, get out of AA
People all over the world, (on this train)
Drink Coors (Light, Banquet or NA)
Grab a longneck (or a can)
Start a beer train, a Coors train (drink our beer, y'all)
People all over the world (come on)
Drink it up (can, longneck or draft, yeah)
Start a Coors train, a beer train (drinkin' beer)
People all over the world (round the world, y'all)
Grab a longneck (or a can)
Start a beer train, a Coors train!

For all Religious Darrell Wilhelm Fans: If you were totally serious about your Christianity, Judaism or Islam, then my music would be against your religion!

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Pacing: 3.8
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Overall Rating: 3.6

Total Votes: 5

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Yoidy - April 12, 2007 - Report this comment
Funny stuff! I get it. Beer brings peace. Thank God you're an atheist!
Tim Hall - April 12, 2007 - Report this comment
Good hoppy flavor!
Reverend Josh - August 03, 2008 - Report this comment
I'm sorry. But the pacing was poor, it's not even funny and I think you need to bring Jesus into your life. I pray for your repentance and deliverance of your agnostic atheism. Remember, Jesus loves you and don't think that he's imaginary or you'll burn in Hades. P.S. Don't forget to read a Jack T. Chick tract about the dangers of modern music.
Spammer - August 03, 2008 - Report this comment
Reverend Josh, what you are doing is called spam. You can pray all you want to the sky, not believing in you believes does not mean you are burning in Hades, Listen to yourself "Jesus Loves you and don't think that he's imaginary or you'll burn in Hades" So what you are telling me is Jesus loves us SO MUCH that he'll let us BURN IN HELL if we don't see any evidence or have reason to believe in him, not that we are cursing him or saying Satan is all mighty, but simply because we aren't sure he's real . ..sounds like a scare tactic to me "My Al Qaida followers, blow up the trade towers or Allah shall forbid your entry". . .hmm, errily similar. . .And you woner why the need for atheism? I think you need to bring common sense into YOUR life, Everyone has their own beliefs, don't crap on others because you aren't sure of your own, BTW on the parody, it's not bad, pacing was a tad off though--but funny none-the-less.
Tim Mayfield - August 04, 2008 - Report this comment
The repeated thoughts really detract from this parody.

The last two comments irrationally degenerate it further. If you don't reason well, don't base your attacks and retaliations on arguments of logic. It never works. :-)
Darrell - December 07, 2008 - Report this comment
I appreciate all of your comments, all, that is, except for that of "Reverend Josh", who indeed polluted my comment section with spam.

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