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Hilarious & Sarcastic Country Song About Being Mad at Your Ex

A funny country song about being mad at your EXHave you heard the country song, I Pray for You by Jaron Lowenstein? Well, it’s not what you think! The song is a riot

Yes, it’s a country song about being mad at your Ex.

People generally fall into two categories after hearing the song; offended or entertained.

I have to admit, the first time I heard it, I was in my car; it was a lovely sunny, peaceful day, and my youngest son and I were on a pleasant four hour road trip to spend the weekend with my parents. All of a sudden, this song came on the radio, and the music, in the beginning, sounded very church-like. However, the words quickly pull a 360.

I don’t want to give the tune away by discussing the lyrics before you hear it. You can watch the video featured above. It certainly has a few fans, with over ten million views. The comments on the video give you a  picture of the public’s reaction. Indeed, you would choose this song as a joke, or a way of finding humor in an otherwise humorless situation. For someone who had a terrible experience in a relationship, a friend might bring a smile to their face by playing this song.

[Click to Tweet This:] (Lyrics) ‘I pray you pass out drunk with your best friend & wake up with his & her tattoos’ I Pray for You, by Jaron, #formyex

The Background of the Song:

Pray for You was written by Joel Brentlinger and Jaron Lowenstein. Jaron recorded the song. You’ll find the song on his album, ‘Jaron and the Long Road to Love’, and it was his first solo single. He used to be in a duo called Evan and Jaron. The song received a nomination for New Breakthrough Artist at the 2010 American Country Awards. The song peaked at #13 on the Billboard Hot Country in 2009/2010.

You can find more on Jaron on his Twitter & Facebook pages.

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  1. Cynthia says:

    roflol!!! Should I be laughing at that song?!!! That is too funny! I actually love it.

  2. Cynthia, lol, I know! it’s hard not to laugh at it, but I do feel a bit guilty about it!

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