Quick, what's that sound? Is it a band wagon approaching? Guess who's back? That's right, The Corrigan Brothers, the Irish band who rose to fame in 2008 for a particularly tuneless song about Barack Obama.
"There's no one as Irish as Barack O'Bama,"they sang, in an act of sheer gall that ultimately led to them being invited to perform at the President's Inauguration.
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Next on their to-do list is Rory McIlroy, the Holywood County Down sensation who became the 2011 US Open champion in Maryland on Sunday, breaking several records along the way.
With deathless lyrics like "This Irish golf legend he's a wonder boy/US Open champion Rory McIlroy," the group have reportedly had some interest from America in the song.
There's only one speed bump - it hasn't been recorded yet. But never let details get in the way of a good gimmick - I mean tune.
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