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Billy Bob Thornton's "Hobo" (as performed on the Henry Rollins show) is the best song I've ever heard. Best song I've ever heard. Best song I've ever heard. Give it a listen and try to tell me it doesn't remind you of "Wheels on the Bus". And then he has the balls to wonder why actors aren't taken seriously as musicians. Here's the thing, if William Shatter didn't ruin it for everyone, David Hasselhoff certainly should have (except with those wacky Germans for some reason). I'm not saying that actors can't also be musicians, it just seems that, well, they can't. Especially when singing a song about "street people" that sounds like it was written in crayon on construction paper by a kindergartener.

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