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Old Man Telling It Like It Is: Parry Gripp Song of the Week for November 4, 2008 - Single

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Amazing!

This is an awesome song to laugh to! I listen to it all of the time, and I NEED to buy it, but need more money on my account!

Young Girl Talking About Herself is super funny!

One of Parry Gripp's best song. I love the part when he says everything she is saying. Ha ha ha!

Young girl one of his best!

Most of his tunes are good, this one is great. His site has a download of each track layer so you can remix it as much as you want. Download this song!

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

When his band Nerf Herder decided to take a break, member Parry Gripp sought a "proper job" and ended up creating a YouTube phenomenon thanks to his love of waffles. A 2003 tour with the band — "in an RV that smelled like baloney" — got Gripp to thinking maybe he could write jingles for an ad agency and start living a more adult lifestyle. The end result was much more juvenile than expected. Gripp lost the gig but began writing in a new style that combined punk-pop music with joyful lyrics...
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Old Man Telling It Like It Is: Parry Gripp Song of the Week for November 4, 2008 - Single, Parry Gripp
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  • $1.98
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Nov 04, 2008

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