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[[File:Marrying_Man's_Fight_Song.jpg|thumb|300px|Al and the men at the mall lounge getting ready to sing the Marrying Man's Fight Song for Arron]]
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[[File:Marrying_Man's_Fight_Song.jpg|thumb|300px|Al and the men at the mall lounge getting ready to sing the Marrying Man's Fight Song for Aaron]]
'''Marrying Man's Fight Song''' is a song performed by Al and the men at the mall lounge in the season 8 episode, Scared Single.
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'''Marrying Man's Fight Song''' is a song performed by [[Al Bundy|Al]] and the men at the mall lounge in the season 8 episode, [[Episode:Scared Single|Scared Single]].
   
It, along with Taps is the theme song for the men at the mall lounge ( or "The Valley of the Shadow of Death" as Al refered to it) and was used to show Arron Mitchell what will happen should he choose to get married
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It, along with Taps is the theme song for the men at the mall lounge ( or "The Valley of the Shadow of Death" as Al refered to it) and was used to show [[Aaron Mitchell]] what will happen should he choose to get married.
   
 
==Lyrics==
 
==Lyrics==
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Who knew when I first chose my mate
 
Who knew when I first chose my mate
   
That she would put on that much weight
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That she would put on'' ''that'' ''much weight
   
 
Oh sex we'd like for sure
 
Oh sex we'd like for sure

Revision as of 19:50, 10 May 2013

Al and the men at the mall lounge getting ready to sing the Marrying Man's Fight Song for Aaron

Marrying Man's Fight Song is a song performed by Al and the men at the mall lounge in the season 8 episode, Scared Single.

It, along with Taps is the theme song for the men at the mall lounge ( or "The Valley of the Shadow of Death" as Al refered to it) and was used to show Aaron Mitchell what will happen should he choose to get married.

Lyrics

My wife will never cook or clean

Still my money spends

Who knew when I first chose my mate

That she would put on that much weight

Oh sex we'd like for sure

If it only weren't with her

Please K-I-L-L

K-I-L-L

Me, me, me