Bob Dylan Agrees To Record A Halloween Album With Honey Boo Boo

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 6 September 2013

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The title of the album will be "Bob Dylan & Honey Boo Boo Sing The Sounds of Halloween."

NEW YORK CITY - Music icon Bob Dylan has been singing his songs since back in the 50's. He has traveled all over the world and sang in every kind of venue imaginable.

The 72-year-old folk singer never called himself a poet but everyone else including seven U.S. presidents did.

Last year Dylan recorded an album of classic Christmas tunes with the star of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, Alana Thompson.

And the two got along great. So great in fact, that the record company has asked him to record an album with Honey Boo Boo featuring standard Halloween songs.

Dylan has agreed to the offer.

He noted that the last time they were together Honey Boo Boo wanted to learn how to play the guitar so he decided to teach her two chords.

He started with the A chord which he said took about 18 minutes for her to master. He then showed her the D chord which took a little bit longer; about 23 minutes.

Dylan gave her a guitar and told her that if she learned at least one chord a day in three weeks she would know 23 chords.

She smiled and said, "Ah Bobby, you mean 21 chords cause three weeks times seven days is 21 right?"

The legendary singer smiled. He shook his head and replied, "No Blondie, it's 23, because you've already learned the A chord and the D chord right?"

Honey Boo Boo started giggling so hard her Milk Dud popped out of her mouth but luckily Dylan ducked.

In Other News. Sarah "Snowballs" Palin has just been banned from ever setting foot in the Red State of Mississippi.

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