I have to tell you. I follow Country Music.  Not much else. Period. I'd like to say that I enjoy many genres of music, but since I work in the business, Country Music is what I listen to most of the time.

So, this morning I was listening to The Big Breakfast.  Yep, Dan and Tammy do a great job and they have their finger on the pulse of 'what's going on in the world,' not just Country Music.

This morning they were talking about What Does The Fox Say.  I was too embarrassed to ask them in person what they were talking about, so I goggled it up.

First of all, a guy named Ylvis does the song.  Nope. Don't even know how to pronounce it.  Is it like Elvis? With a Yell?  What the hell?

Then I did a little more research.  Turns out this Ylvis is actually two people.  Turns out their funny.  Turns out the country they are funny from is Norway. Now I'm starting to get it.  Too much leutifisk and too much time on your hands leads to 213 million views on YouTube.  Oh yeah.  That's a lot.

According to Wikipedia,

"The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)", is an electronic dance song and viral video by Norwegiancomedy duo Ylvis. The video was posted on YouTube on September 3, 2013 and has over 213 million views as of November 11, 2013.[2] "The Fox" has so far had its peak at number 6 for three consecutive weeks on the Billboard Hot 100,[3][4] and is also the highest-ranked song by a Norwegian artist on the chart since a-ha's number-one song "Take on Me" in 1985.


Now I find out they're going to turn it into a Children's Book.

If you would like to follow along with the words, I thought I would include them.

Part of my job after all is to look some of this stuff up.  So you don't have to.

Wonder what Dan and Tammy will come up with tomorrow morning.