The George Strait song 'All My Ex's Live in Texas' will never be the same, once you hear what gospel-singer/songwriter Brian Arnold did to it. Arnold has had a rough go at life, first losing his leg at 13 in a horrible lawn mower accident then years later he loses his left arm to an auto accident. Nonetheless, Brian puts together a very successful singing quartet called the Chosen Few, who works full-time out of Silver Dollar City, Missouri. Brian Arnold writes a lot of the groups skits (with comedy injected of course). He has a great sense of humor as you'll soon be able to tell when you hear his newest parody song, 'All My Assets go to Taxes.'

Although the parody song takes a political jab at the man on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C. I think this is one of the better produced parody songs. Brian not only nails it lyrically, but he almost sounded like king George. By the end of the song Brian is jabbing fun at, and blaming both sides of the isle for the tax debacle. Open your mind and ears and give it a listen, then you tell me what you think.

This is the parody song - 'All My Assets Go To Taxes by Brian Arnold.