Need a laugh? Check out these spectacular parody songs about Mitch Trubisky and Mike Glennon courtesy of Matt Spiegel and Danny Parkins of 670 The Score.
Mike Glennon’s play at quarterback for the Chicago Bears stirred up a lot of different emotions for Chicago Bears’ fans. For some, it was anger, for others, it was despair, for others, it was a bizarre loyalty. For Matt Spiegel and Danny Perkins, it was laughter.
It was almost a comedy of errors watching Glennon fail play after play. So what did two Chicago talk show hosts do to deal with the emotional anguish? Make parody songs of course! These are really well done and definitely worthy listen, they are all short so don’t worry about committing too much time.
Spiegel has dabbled as a professional musician, so his musical talent comes through. As for Parkins and the rest of the crew, well, just go ahead and listen.
Not a bad start down our parody song road, this next one done as The Who is tremendous. Check it out.
That one is excellent. If you aren’t a classic rock guy, perhaps 90s rock is more your thing. Check out this Green Day spoof.
One last one for your listening pleasure. Here is one from the classic rock hit from The Chambers Brothers.
Good news for Bears fans, the time has indeed come for Mitch to play, and that time is Monday night. I really can’t remember the last time the fan base has been this excited about a Bears game. It should be a lot of fun against the Minnesota Vikings. Jon Gruden will be in rare form as he breaks down Trubisky’s first NFL game. This is an exciting time to be a Bears fan, even if they are just 1-3.