A Song About Skinnygirl!

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Skinnygirl is in a song! It is called "The Light Weight (Skinnygirl)" by The Field Larks (Keely Raquel and Analeise Reeves). They tweeted me and when I asked them about sharing it with you all, they said we could give the exclusive first look at their brand new music video for the song! Here it is:



Here's what the duo had to say about the origins of the song:

The song "The Light Weight (Skinnygirl)" is a little tale about one of Keely's, whom she is not proud to call, exes.

"He was definitely, for lack of a better term, a 'light weight.' We could not even go out for a casual drink with friends without him getting belligerent two drinks in," said Keely. "The final straw was one evening at my place - I left him alone in my living room to finish some emails. Around 8:30 that evening, I called his name only to hear a groaning response. A few minutes later he came pathetically stumbling into my room. Turns out he finished off the bottle of my favorite beverage, Skinnygirl Margarita, and unfortunately it finished him off too. Not only was he wasted before dark but he had been texting another girl, IN MY HOUSE! That was definitely our last night together and when I told Analeise the story she said, 'We HAVE to write a song about this.' So, I may be embarrassed to have an ex like him, but it gave us the inspiration to write a fun song about it! And just so you know, we can handle our Skinnygirl. Cheers to that!"

You can buy "The Light Weight (Skinnygirl)" on iTunes.

Does your man ever dig into your stash of Skinnygirl?

Share your story with me in the comments!

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