Peterson Farm Bros. nail Katy Perry ‘Roar’ parody
Peterson Farm Brothers | FacebookThe Peterson Farm Brothers In their latest parody of Katy Perry's hit song, "Roar," the Peterson Farm Brothers take farm chores to a new level.
"I used to help feed cattle as a lad/ Pitchin' hay in the bunk just like my dad/ Now I'm a farmer too, I grow your beef for you."
"The markets go down, the costs go up (HEY!)/The farming life can get so rough."
"It can hold me down, but I'll get up (HEY!)/ A true farmer will never give up/ I love my job, and I know that"
The video also features the singing talents of the youngest Peterson sibling, Laura.
Watch the YouTube video above or click here.
The trio’s other parodies of "I'm Sexy and I Know It," “Gangnam Style,” “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” and “Sail” have been seen more than 23 million times on YouTube, and there is little doubt that this will also quickly become popular among agricultural producers and consumers.
The trio also recently performed in front of a crowd of young European farmers in Germany.
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