Tim Hawkins’ Parody ‘Chick-Fil-A’ Song is a Hoot…’er Cluck?

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Tim Hawkins, Christian comedian, songwriter, and singer, has taken to YouTube to sing for fans a “love song.” It’s his wildly popular “Chick-Fil-A” song – a parody done to the sound of “Yesterday” by the Beatles, which includes the refrain, “Oh, I’m in love with Chick-Fil-A.”

His message is simple and funny. He sings of love for the famed fast-food giant, it’s regular menu items, and all of its added bonuses (he could “eat there seven times a day”) but has a real hate-on for their Sunday closures. And it appears it was sung and recorded at an actual Chick-Fil-A company convention because he doesn’t hold back on cutting up their CEO, Dan Cathy, whose father founded the company. It’s all in good humor, however, and he takes it with a smile.

In closing, Hawkins sings that he would like to have a franchise (jokingly? Of course…) and mentions how many “hits” he received for singing the song (a YouTube reference). Ultimately, it’s quite a creative way to entertain, and many listeners understand exactly what he’s singing. Because we love those waffle fries, too!