New England Patriots

The new “Amen-Dola” parody of “Hallelujah” will make you appreciate New England Patriots receiver Danny Amendola a little bit more heading into Super Bowl LII.

Everyday someone is dropping a new parody that’s either making fun of someone or something or shows appreciation to the same alike. But it’s rare that you find one as good as this.

The new Patriots parody hits on everything Patriots and Amendola. And it serves as a great reminder about how important Amendola is to the Pats’ offense and the team’s success.

The track is well written and produced, plus it features strong performances from Ian Biggs, Sarah Gonzalez, Amy Vento, and Gina Jeannette.

“Amen-Dola” certainly isn’t the first tribute to be made for Amendola. Hardy from the ‘Zolak & Bertrand‘ show made one of his own to honor the clutch Patriots receiver using the hit song “Lola” by The Kinks. And guess what. It’s actually wicked good. But what else is new? Take a listen below!

Hallelujah” was originally written by Canadian singer Leonard Cohen and was featured on his ‘Various Positions‘ album in 1984. And The Kinks’ “Lola” can be found on their 1970’s album, ‘Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One.’

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—  By John ‘The Dude’ Hardiman, 985TheSportsHub.com

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