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This Amendola tribute will hit you in the feels
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Danny "Playoff" Amendola has been the subject of a ton of praise so far this postseason -- and rightfully so. He inspired prolific quotes from his teammates and coaches, and Danny even served as a muse for Hardy of 98.5 when the radio host wrote a song about him to the tune of "Lola" by the Kinks.
And Hardy isn't alone. Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" is a classic, and a group of Patriots fans turned it into an epic ode to the Patriots wide receiver.
To be honest, it works. It works really well.
The emotional original always hits the feels, and for Patriots fans, "Amen-Dola" will evoke the same emotions. With genius lines that parellel the original song almost perfectly, you are bound to get chills.
For example: "Well, Gronk is strong but we needed you / We saw you staying on your routes / The QB Brady almost overthrew ya / The pride in the New England air / Your two touchdowns, your perfect hair / And from the hips, he threw to Amendola."
This is just a small taste of the incredible parody. You can check out the whole thing below. Shout out to Ian Cunningham, Ian Biggs, Sarah Gonzalez, Amy Vento and Gina Jeannette for this incredible ode.
Warning: This song will be stuck in your head for the rest of the day.