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The Pawn Stars


Song lyrics by Chrome Dome Mike Kimbro


A relyric of the Lonnie Mack song “Hound Dog Man”, lyrics and music by Tim Drummond


Please read along to my Spoken Verse Performance!





They’re the Pawn Stars, yeah.


Rule the Vegas scene.


It’s a clan that’s blessed,

Chrome Dome Mike with Pawn Stars Rick Harrison and Corey Harrison at the Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant, OK.


With the pawnbroker gene.


So bring in your stuff.


Leave with lots of the green.





They’re the pawn shop pharaohs.


Land of sand and sun.


Where a winner goes,


When his cash is gone.


Gold and Silver Pawn,


Vegas 8-9-1-0-1.

Sculpture of whales by marine life artist Christian Lassen, found at the Pawn Stars shop in Las Vegas for $4,000.  I'd a big fan of marine art, including that by Waylan.  In fact, a Robert Lynn Nelson piece from the Lahaina Galleries looks over my desk.





When you pawn your stuff,


Here’s how it goes down.


The Old Man is tough,


Try to stand your ground.


Rick and Big Hoss are cool.


They’re both savvy guys.


All that I can say for


Chumlee is at least he tries.





They’re the pawn stars, y’all.


Call them world renowned.


They don’t need three balls,


To insure they are found.


Plan to come on by,


Next time you’re Vegas bound.





They’re the Pawn Stars, yeah.


Rule the Vegas scene.


It’s a clan that’s blessed,


With the pawn broker gene.


Look good loosely dressed,


If you know what I mean.


The End


Copyright © Michael Kimbro 2012.  All rights reserved.




A Badge from a Pawn Stars memorabilia event at The Choctaw Casino and Resort in Durant, OK on October 19, 2013.


Here I am posing with the world's most famous pawn brokers, the Pawn Stars boys at Gilley's Club at the Choctaw Casino in Durant, OK.  Country music star Chris Rivers and his band performed after the Pawn Stars event.


Behold, a shrine to The Chumlee of Pawn Stars, which includes my Chumlee bobblehead and a drinking glass with Chum's likeness with sunglasses.