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The Gummy Bear Song

Somehow Madison found this song on YouTube:

It’s catchy and the video will make you laugh (if you have kids). Madison wants me to mention to make sure you check out his half eaten ear!

Take a listen and let me know what you think. It’s Madison’s newest favorite song!

2 thoughts on “The Gummy Bear Song”

  1. It has a nice beat … you can dance to it … I'll give it an 8. It loses a point for brief exposure of Gummy Bear butt crack but regains it because he plays a tuba. Tuba players never get enough love!

    I'm waiting until after we get past our Moose and Zee "I Don't Like Candy Corn" obsession to introduce it, though. The YouTube Veejay can only handle so many request in one day!

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