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a guy wrote this from a local sports' message board I also make my rounds on. It is a song to the tune of Toby Keith's "I Love This Bar". Here is the post, it could apply here too with some tweeks.

 

 

I sit here the other night when this song (I Love This Bar) came on the radio. I started singing it and instead of saying I love this bar, I would say I love this board. So I got the idea to change a few of the lyrics to match up to this board. I hope you all like my verison of it. Let me know what you all think.

 

 

I Love This Board

 

We got winners, we got losers

Chain fluffers and snoozers

And we got kiddies, we got liers

We got crazy all nighters

And elp6n thinks she a movie star

 

Hmm, hmm, hmm I love this board

 

We got vikings, we got raiders

Sore winners and haters

And we got freddy, we got balla

gc_devil and nola

And the veterans talk about their battle scars

 

Hmm, hmm, hmm I love this board

 

[Chorus:]

I love this board

It's my kind of place

Just scrollin' through the front page

Puts a big smile on my face

It ain't too hard, come as you are

Hmm, hmm, hmm I love this board

 

I've seen short post, we got hot heads

Blue-collar boys and rednecks

And we got hokies, lots of ut fans

And I've even seen a few canes

And we like to fight over our favorite teams

 

Hmm, hmm, hmm I love this board

Yes I do

 

I like my dog (I like my dog)

I like my friends (I like my friends)

I like to met them at ball games

I like to sleep every now and then

 

But I love this board

It's my kind of place

Just scrollin' around the forum

Puts a big smile on my face

No member charge, come as you are

Hmm, hmm, hmm I love this board

Hmm, hmm, hmm I love this board

 

We got ladies and a big guy named al

Old ball players and a real bad kids

We got newbies and we got veterans

A dumb-ass and a wise-guy

If you get too bored just make a newer post

Reason number 672 why

 

Hmm, hmm, hmm I love this board

I'm hidin on out boys

My time's over

Got to get to bed

 

Hmm, hmm, hmm I love this board

I just love it

 

 

 

"Alexander Chase 01/19/2004 - 01/20/2004(Daddy's Little Man) "

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Cool!! :lol:

 

Do I qualify as a viking like the one you mention i verse 2?? :D:hammer::P

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