WATCH: Heywood Banks is out with a new song, and you’re going to love it

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Howell’s Heywood Banks – the mega-popular musical comedian who is best known for his classic “Toast” – just released a new single on YouTube. And we’re pretty sure you’re going to love it.

The song, which was posted to YouTube today, is called “44 Fun Fish.” Without revealing too many details, it concerns a fishstick-eating contest at a middle school. Heywood says the story was told to him by a friend named John Means (aka Dr. Gonzo), and Heywood turned it into a song.

You’re going to laugh, and you’re going to have a very hard time getting the chorus out of your head.

The song is below. Enjoy!

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