Found December 09, 2011 on The Last Angry Fan:
Now that the Bears have had Caleb Hanie under center the last few weeks, fans have started to realize how good they had it with QB Jay Cutler, and with RB Matt Forte out as well, the pining for the return of Cutler has intensified, as is evidenced by this rather touching parody song called “Cutty Come Back.” Kind of sweet, in an cheesy, unshaven, Camaro driving, 70s sort of way. Unfortunately Cutler’s broken thumb has him out for the rest of the regular season, thus making the Bears chances at getting into the playoffs slim to none, which makes this song even sadder upon hearing it a second time. [H/T to The Big Lead]

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