Man Impersonating TV Character Tries To Sing With His Hank Hill Voice

rumblestaffPublished: March 20, 2014Updated: December 13, 2017445,990 views
Published: March 20, 2014Updated: December 13, 2017

A spot on impression of Hank Hill character from King of the Hill series is trying to sing 'Soul to Squeeze' song, by Red Hot Chili Peppers. Well, it's not really Hank Hill from 'King Of the Hill' but this guy does an epic impression of his voice.

This man called Caleb is doing the Hank voice singing along to Soul to Squeeze by the Chili Peppers and it might be the best version of "Soul To Squeeze" you have ever heard! Watch as he makes funny comments, mocking the lyrics of this song! Hilarious!

Hank’s character is known for singing popular songs in the series, so this man decided to make a rendition of one Red Hot Chili Peppers’ song, sitting on the back seat of a car.

A guy tries to impersonate Hank Hill, imitating his voice, singing from the back seat of a car, giving some Hank Hill character to the song. He goes like:

“I've got a bad disease
But from my brain is where I bleed.
Insanity it seems
Has got me by my soul to squeeze”

Hank Hill is a fictional character and the main protagonist on the Fox animated television series King of the Hill. He lives in the fictional town of Arlen, Texas with his family and works as the assistant manager of a local branch of Strickland Propane, where he sells "Propane and Propane Accessories". He likes to drink beer in the alley behind his house with his friends. He is voiced by series creator Mike Judge. The Economist described Hank Hill as one of the wisest people on television, and in 1997 Texas Monthly included him on its annual list of the most influential Texans.

Hank's idol is Outlaw Country singer Willie Nelson, despite multiple differences between the personalities and lifestyles of the two, and he also plays a 1963 Guild Solid Top acoustic guitar named Betsy in his Bluegrass band. Hank is a fan of Country and Bluegrass music.

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