Found May 31, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
Joe Paterno tribute songs have begun to proliferate, but this one by a former member of the Bill Haley and the Comets (“Rock around the clock,” the “Happy Days” theme song) is the best! Or the worst! Depending on your opinion of Joe Paterno, Penn State football and the whole disgusting Jerry Sandusky episode. The music itself, Joey Welz, “The Boogie Woogie King of Rock ‘n’ Roll” , is pretty synthesizer bad, and the lyrics are so littered with PSU and Pennsylvania talking points that the song is one big exercise in unintentional comedy. Listen to the audio at Deadspin, here are some sample lyrics: No trustees can destroy all that for years he created Not just winning teams, but young men who graduated Yeah, he was the people’s coach, and the people will not stand for the slandering of one of the best coaches in the land. Rest in peace, Joe Paterno. Your good name is still intact Nothing can destroy your image. We won’t let it, that’s a fact He was the people’s coach, and the people wi
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