Well, John asked for chords for Trailer Park Moms so here ya go. Don't spend it all in one place. Hmm.. for some reason it didn't format right, but I think you can get the idea. Just play along to the video. Heh.
Bb C F Bb
Oh trailerpark moms are the funnest moms because they let you smoke weed
Bb C Bb
trailer park moms are the funnest moms cause they get drunk and yell at the tv
Bb Eb F Bb
trailer park moms are the funnest moms cause they let you pet the cat with cherry bombs
Bb C F Bb
trailer park moms are the funnest moms cause they let you smoke weed
and the only thing better in the world than dating a trailer park girl
is dating a girl with a trailer park mom
cause she's guaranteed to be hot
and if she's not
she's like 100% likely to try and make it with you
like maybe she walks out of the shower topless
cause she "forget" that you were there
yeah, that's the kind of shit that a guy could get used to
Eb F Bb
and I used to. I used to get used to you. Oh trailer park mom
I wanted to keep my momentum going, so I recorded this little video today. Before I get into the song, I wanted to bring something up. See, I guess when it comes to music and art, I'm sort of a Marxist. By that I mean, if you are telling someone they can't appreciate art correctly unless they know Art History then you are basically saying, "You can't appreciate art because you are poor and didn't go to college". That's lame. By the same token, sure if all you can afford is a $20 ukulele, then that shouldn't mean you can't make art with it!
Now, let me get off of my soapbox because I'm pretty sure I just called my song "art". Heh. It isn't. It is, however, a goofy novelty song and that's plenty good enough for me. I wrote this song for a project with my brothers Colin and Bryan and we were going to call it "Those Damned Hickey Brothers". But we never practice, so I'm not sure if we're really a band or not. You know how sometimes you get drunk with your friends and talk about ridiculous things like road trips to Mexico that you are never going to take? Well, I guess our band is like that.
I'm playing my wife's purple Mahalo ukulele in this video. I bought it for her because I was already buying two Mahalos for my little boys and she expressed an interest. For $20, it's pretty much the best Ukulele you can get, if you ask me. This is especially true if you are buying a ukulele for a younger kid. Sure, in a perfect world you'd buy Jr. a Kala, Ohana, Pono or other bitchin' ukulele. But, let's be honest, they are going to break it in like 6 weeks... tops.
So, get them a Mahalo because it's inexpensive and totally playable.