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The Garth Brooks hit "Friends in Low Places" has now been turned into an anthem for conservatives.

The country duo of Chad Prather and Steve "Mudflap" McGrew turned the iconic 1990 song into "Friends in Safe Spaces."

Some of the funny lines include...

- I've got friends in safe spaces. If you don't go with us, then you must be racist.

- Come on in and let's be cozy. Showin' off participation trophies. 

Even Washington is noticing the new song... 

Prather and McGrew were on "Fox & Friends" Monday morning, where they discussed how the song came about. 

"We decided we were going to do some comedy shows together," Prather recalled.

"Steve actually came up with the idea. He said let's do a parody of a country song. We both said let's do 'Friends in Low Places' and Friends in Safe Spaces just popped out."

Take a listen above and watch the interview below.

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