Maga Media, LLC Presents, “Patriots breakout in a sing-a-long of Lean on Me at a Nashville Chick-fil-A”

Maga Media, LLC Presents, “Patriots breakout in a sing-a-long of Lean on Me at a Nashville Chick-fil-A” – in High Definition Maga Media Version – This Media Clip Produced and Edited by: David Preston Opening Music by: ”Lean on Mean”,…

Maga Media, LLC Presents, “Patriots breakout in a sing-a-long of Lean on Me at a Nashville Chick-fil-A”

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Maga Media, LLC Presents, “Patriots breakout in a sing-a-long of Lean on Me at a Nashville Chick-fil-A” – in High Definition
Maga Media Version – This Media Clip Produced and Edited by: David Preston
Opening Music by: ”Lean on Mean”, Performed by Bill Withers from The Best of Bill Withers
(A Cappella Group breaks out in a sing-a-long of “Lean on Me” at a Nashville Chick-fil-A. Employees and Customers join in too).
Original Media Clip of Chick-fil-A singers downloaded from Twitter on July 15, 2019
Maga Media, LLC Logo – Developed and Designed by Ronald S. Gulette, Jr., and David Preston
New Edited Version Created On: July 15th, 2019
Uploaded To Maga Media Vimeo: July 15th, 2019
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