Published: Mon, November 20, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Chance the Rapper's Thanksgiving song goes out to all the weirdos

Chance the Rapper's Thanksgiving song goes out to all the weirdos

With Chance The Rapper hosting and Eminem showing out as the musical guest, yesterday evening was the flawless time to sit back and relax in front of the TV and enjoy the show live from NY!

The men of De-Von-Tré acknowledged that yes, Obama seems to be doing well post-White House, jet-setting with his wife and dropping Malia off at Harvard and, sure, there are other Democrats, but there's no one like you, Barack.

Chance said he saw an opening for a Thanksgiving song, since Turkey Day isn't known for musical hits. "It's Thanksgiving time when you are forced to see/every single bad apple on your whole family tree".

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Skjei delivered his answers to his hockey-adverse questioner flawlessly and got a pretty good laugh in the process.

It's been quite a year, and "Come Back, Barack" commemorates it all, while also lamenting that the very institutions Americans are hoping to preserve also mean that barring historically unusual circumstances, "we stuck", as the song puts it, "with this dude for a while then".

It sounded like a traditional lost-lover ode, as they sang: "Every night, I turn the TV on and cry/I say, 'Why?' I feel like we're all gonna die".

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"We didn't know just what we had", the chorus went.

As Chance added, "When I think of change, the only change I want is you!" "Like really bad, like World War bad, like nuclear bad".

Chance the Rapper took no chance on national television trying to pronounce the last name of former Twin Cities and Gophers hockey standout Brady Skjei.

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