Comedian Professes Love For Chick-fil-A With Beatles Parody Song

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Every so often, a song comes along that we can really relate to. This is one of those moments. Even though this a parody, it really speaks to us. Once you press play, you’ll feel the same way.

Comedian Tim Hawkins is known for his musical parodies like “Cletus Take The Reel,” which is play on Carrie Underwood’s hit song “Jesus Take The Wheel.” He has also done a take on Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless The USA” and made it about the fast food chain Chick-fil-A.

It seems his love for Chick-fil-A knows no bounds because he wrote another song about it. This time, to the tune of the iconic Beatles song “Yesterday.” The audience had no clue what was in store for them when he began playing the musical intro, but they roared with laughter as he sang his first lyric.

Chick-fil-A/I could eat there seven times a day/Where people laugh and children play/Oh, I’m in love with Chick-fil-A,” he sang with a completely serious look on his face.

He continued making his audience at Bent Tree Bible Fellowship in Carrolton, Texas laugh with his follow-up line, singing, “Suddenly, I need waffle fries in front of me/ with nuggets and a large sweet tea, oh Chick-fil-A/ You set me free.”

He cracked a classic joke about the chain being famously closed on Sundays, and stayed in character the rest of the song as he attempted to be mad at the restaurant for teasing him, but ultimately ended the song with, “Oh, I’m in love with Chick-fil-A.

We’re sure he isn’t the only one who feels this way about Chick-fil-A, seeing as they’re one of the most popular fast food chains in the country! Watch his hysterical parody in the video below.