Tim Hawkins Sings Hilarious Ode To The Dollar Store

Tim Hawkins Sings Hilarious Ode To The Dollar Store

Sit down and buckle up–Tim Hawkins sings a hilarious ode to The Dollar Store. I can guarantee you’ll be humming this tune the next time you need to get a few items on your grocery list. 

Tim is famous for his hilarious, cheeky, and ironic parodies in Christian comedy. If you haven't seen “Cletus Take the Wheel,” you might want to watch that one too. 

It’s no secret how much the economy is hurting the bottom line these days. We’re doing everything we can to keep our budgets down and pay the bills. This includes the expense of groceries and household items. Between clipping coupons, canceling takeout, and Netflix, we’re looking for the least expensive items, and that’s where The Dollar Store comes in. 

Often, you’ll find this one-stop shop in small towns all across the flyover states, but people in bigger cities are flocking to The Dollar Store too. Thanks to discount prices, you can purchase plates, laundry soap, decor, and motor oil at a cheaper cost. And that’s where Tim’s humor comes in. 

Despite the economy hurting our bottom line–he made a parody based on “Thank God I’m a Country Boy” and turned it into “Thank God for The Dollar Store,” which was recently uploaded to YouTube! The next time you’re shopping for garden rakes and shampoo, you can hum this ode and thank God for cheap prices. 

Believe it or not, the lyrics to his new song are catchy if not gut-busting. “Well you can buy shampoo and cheap blue jeans. Peanut butter crackers and a can of beans. You can feed the whole family for not lotta green. I thank God for the Dollar Store. And you can buy a rake or garden gnome. Dog food, fingernail polish, and a comb. And the toys always break by the time you get 'em home (That is true!)” 

God has given us the ability to laugh, and it’s a tool that benefits our spirits when we face challenging times.  God’s word in Proverbs 17:22 reminds us that a joyful heart is good medicine because laughter lifts your spirits, and improves your mental, emotional and physical health. So, take a few minutes and watch Tim entertain you with his parody. I’m sure glad I did, and you bet I’ll be humming this tune the next time I head to The Dollar Store. 

“A cheerful heart makes good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.” Proverbs 17:22

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