‘You’re Not Funny’: The Worst Moments From ‘Dandelion Wine’

In this hilarious parody, the “Dandelions” singer’s new song, “You’re not funny,” is a song about the country music industry.

The song, which was written by French composer Paul Rocha, is about the influence of the country’s pop stars on the countrys pop culture.

In this clip, Rochas voiceover, he says, “We all know that when a country music star is in the studio, the producer of that country music, the producers of that artist, the record company, the label, is the producer.

And that’s what they are, right?

They are the producers.”

The song also references country singer Dolly Parton, who died in May.

Rochras voiceover also says, “[The countrys] songwriting, their songwriting is like a lot of music that’s written by people that are really in the music business, and you can’t help but see that influence in what they’re doing.”

In another clip, he also talks about the importance of a singer who sings and performs like a country singer.

“You know, we need that, man, that talent that we’ve been looking for.

And so, for me, I think that’s one of the things that I’ve been really proud of, that the country is so popular.

It’s a country that’s so full of talent and that’s really what we’re looking for,” Rochra says.

He also talks in the song about being “a bit of a country man” and the need for him to stay connected to his country roots.

Watch the clip below: Dandelion Vineyards is a winemaker and winemaker in New Hampshire that specializes in wine.

The company makes more than 50 varieties of wine.

It was founded in 1874 and currently employs more than 1,000 people.

In 2012, the company won a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to create a wine farm in New Mexico.

“We’re not just a winery,” Dandelions founder and CEO D’Angelo D’Arcy said in a statement.

“As we grow and grow, the Dandelon Vineyards family grows and grows and continues to grow.”

The winery has a large taproom in the Vineyard Estate that hosts a range of events, including weddings, weddings receptions, and other special occasions.

The vineyard also sells its wine and is the official vineyard of the New Hampshire Tourism Council.

Rachael Gage is a freelance journalist based in New York.

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