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  • They were right to target NY! Fucking pit of HELL!!!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 1:09am
  • Hooray for bagpipes! Raise yer glass for Scotland!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 6:34pm
  • Well, that's about as close to being dead and actually AT my funeral as I'd like to be.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 8:25pm
  • they both have their own variation. Dropkick Murphys ftw

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 6:43pm
  • 6:48 thats the hardest i've laughed all day thanks -6:45

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 6:59pm
  • wass it a thr flatfoot 56 version? is so.. flatfoot FTW!!! :D :D

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 8:16pm
  • 6:37 while the dropkick murphy's may not have invented the bagpipe version of amazing grace, in the STATES (where WE live), you are far more likely to hear a dropkick murphy's tune than you are a random person actually playing the bagpipes. just sayin.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 9:48am
  • I posted this. It was my roomate at UCONN. We still have NO idea why he did that. He put it on repeat too! It was so unny because from downstairs people at the party were like WILL YOU SHUT THAT SHIT OFF!!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 7, 09 at 7:57pm
  • 9.48 on youtube (which I'm guessing it was and he wasn't at his own personal bagpipe gig) it could be any version, I was just pointing out that the dropkick murphys is not the ONLY bagpipe version of amazing grace. You don't need to get all up yourself like it was a personal insult.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 10:50am
  • Why are you going on about the Dropkick Murphys when the OP doesn't mention them? If you ever walk around Edinburgh (where I live) you are almost guaranteed to hear Amazing Grace being played on the bagpipes at some point - it's pretty standard, the Dropkick Murphys didn't invent it!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 6:37am
  • 7:44, Sacktubes don't sound gayer than bagpipes?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 10:52pm
  • good choice of music

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 8:09pm
  • DKM kicks ass. i've never moshed so hard at a punk show as when they played amazing grace.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 24, 09 at 11:47am
  • go fuck yourself NY ftw

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 12:53am
  • the entire fucking east coast sucks...especially NY, Philly, & Boston

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 12:17am
  • random ass song. a bagpipe version of amazing grace? haha. youtube fat kid on a rollercoaster

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 8:20pm
  • bagpipes are actully irish a**hole.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 6:38pm
  • HAHAHAHAHAHA 8:37 you suck.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 9:26pm
  • Why do people on here start fights? Pointless garbage.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 2:59pm
  • 6:45 I do too, I've always wanted to know, just, why? Its so hard to go through life without ever having any answers.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 6:48pm
  • 9:26 suck my clit. i rule

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 9:29pm
  • Epic mental image for this one.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 10:32pm
  • maybe they were listening to flatfoot 56 idiots.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 28, 09 at 10:07am
  • good god was this sent to my brother?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 8:57am
  • Dropkick Murphys is ok but, Shilelagh Law kicks ass......

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 9:40am
  • He/she could have been listening to the new soundtrack CD of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, as that has a bagpipes version of Amazing Grace (from Spock's funeral) on it. :-)

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 3:57am
  • gotta love the dropkick murphys but in fairness bagpipes are scottish, the irish ones are called oillean pipes nd u dont blow them u kinda pump dem wit ur elbow

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 22, 09 at 7:41pm
  • umm, why has no-one mentioned that the tune played on the bagpipes is actually the original that Amazing Grace is based on?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 22, 09 at 6:30am
  • This is so something I would do!!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 11:32pm
  • @6:38 Yeah...they're both...

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 6:41pm
  • sounds like a great night.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 3:47am
  • YEY, Connecticut! :D

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 11:52pm
  • hahahaha......fat people

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 11:43pm
  • The movie Amazing Grace has a really nice bagpipe arrangement of the song at the end. Great movie.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 9:57pm
  • I find it interesting that this came from the North. The Ku Klux Klan uses Amazing Grace on the bagpipes to open events, and I've never heard of it in any other context.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 24, 09 at 7:20am
  • thisssss is pretty fantastic

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 21, 09 at 3:07am
  • Yo Fairfield county... Ftw

    Submitted by pcross on Apr 25, 10 at 11:29pm
  • gotta love CT for this one

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 11:36am
  • beer and funeral music. good night? really people?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 1:39am
  • "The tune played on the bagpipes", 6.30? I don't follow - you can play any tune on the bagpipes.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 27, 09 at 5:13am
  • Next time try Israel Kamakawiwo'Ole and his version of Somewhere Over The Rainbow...with Jager Bombs!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 8:35pm
  • who hasn't been there before

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 1:51am
  • It's not funeral music, it's dropkick murphys!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 2:11am
  • Awesome to the original text. I've had nights like that.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 6:50pm
  • who liked the fat kid on the rollercoaster?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 8:37pm
  • I was first 3 times! But not here. :( You destroyed me!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 19, 09 at 6:59pm
  • 6:43PM, very cool. I read this and got excited when I instantly thought about Dropkick Murphys. Glad somebody else knows the reference.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 6:00am
  • Such a nerd right now, but they played Amazing Grace on the bagpipes during Spocks funeral in the original Star Trek movies, so it's not just the KKK.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 12, 10 at 3:20am