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Song Parodies -> "Grow a Beard"

Original Song Title:

"Drink A Beer"

Original Performer:

Luke Bryan

Parody Song Title:

"Grow a Beard"

Parody Written by:

Kelsey l

The Lyrics

When I looked in the mirror today
I didn’t know what to say
So I just walked out the door

I took a walk to clear my head
This is where the bearded led
Cant believe bare skin is gone
Don’t feel like goin bald
So im gonna sit right here
Infront of this mirror
And watch bare skin disappear
And grow a beard

Funny how bare skin goes
Too soon, bu the bearded know
The reason why I guess

Sometimes bearded men are kinda hard to understand
Right now don’t make sense
I cant make it all make sense


So long bare skin
Ill remember you and all the times when we used to


Grow a beard,
Grow a beard,
is it good?

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 1

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Dave W. - March 12, 2014 - Report this comment
....Good beers come and go ....A good beard will stick with you for life....Nice job on this, Kelsey...It went well with the music

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