Posted November 01, 2018 09:14:52Oklahoma musicians have their own weird music.
A video for the Wap, Oklahoma music video for their 2014 single “Wake Up, Oklahoma” has gone viral on YouTube.
The video is a parody of the hit song “The Walking Dead” that is sung in the song’s opening line: “I’ve seen it all.
All my friends, all my kids, and now you’ve come for me.”
The song has also been a hit on YouTube in the United Kingdom and in Japan.
(The song has since been removed from YouTube, though a similar video is still available for free online.)
The song’s lyrics are very similar to “The Walk” by the rock band Eagles of Death Metal.
But this video is more about the absurdity of being a “walking dead” fan, rather than the music.
The video starts with a shot of a man and his dog being attacked by a pack of wolves.
The man pulls out a knife and shoots one of the wolves in the head.
The wolf that was shot in the neck, as the video’s title says, “was a bit of a joke, but the rest of it was pretty funny.”
A wolf is seen in the background, while a man holds a sign with the words “Stop the Killing” and “Wap music” written in black marker over it.
The wolf, which was apparently a favorite of the victim, was then stabbed.
The victim is later seen being shot in his neck and chest.
The man then takes off his hoodie and covers his face, saying “This is for the good of the people.”
The man says he was not aware of the song.
“I was just in the middle of watching the game,” he says.
“My girlfriend saw me and she said, ‘What the fuck is going on?'”
When asked if he was aware of its popularity on YouTube, the man says, “”It’s not me.
I don’t know why people like it, it’s just something I like to do.
I like it because it’s kind of funny.
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