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WATCH: Dad sings parody to "Rude" by Magic, warns boys about marrying his daughter

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Don't mess with this daddy's little girl. That was the message Benji Cowart was sending to boys who may want to marry his princess in the future when he performed a parody of "Rude" by the band Magic!. The protective father recorded video of himself performing the song and posted it on YouTube less than a week ago, and it now has over 3 million views.

“Seeking permission to marry my princess, son what’s wrong with your big head?" he sang. "It’s the first time I met you, why would I let you run off with my baby girl?"

Cowart tweaked the the hook in Magic!'s hit single:

"Why you gotta call me rude? I’m doing what a dad should do — keep her from a fool like you,”

Watch the funny video above. App users:  Click here.


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