Leave it to Jimmy Kimmel to take a genre of music derived from deep emotion and make a song about breakdancing.
Country music legend Garth Brooks tried to help Kimmel craft the perfect tune, explaining that a good country song comes from “something that moves you, something you’d die for, something that changed your life.”
For the talk show host, that moment was apparently when he and his friend Daniel were swindled out of breakdancing lessons. His newfound inspiration sparked lyrics such as “Boogaloo, here’s a check for you, a thousand in advance / When Dan sees you and Shabba Doo, he’ll surely s**t his pants.”
“That’s a great country lyric right there,” Brooks quips.