Watch: Former NRL player Adam Perry’s song about “no footy on the TV”

Ex-Canterbury Bulldogs hooker Adam Perry has re-created a Kenny Rogers classic.

The 40-year-old has put his own spin on the song Lucille by Kenny Rogers, where he sings about not having any “footy to watch on the TV”.

Perry spent his entire nine-year first-grade career with the Bulldogs in the NRL between 1998-2007, scoring seven tries in 133 matches.

He played in Canterbury’s 39-32 loss to Leeds in the 2005 World Club Challenge at Headingley.

Perry, who was forced to retire in 2007, has made a funny song to help get us through the coronavirus pandemic:

Lucille – Kenny Rogers…sort of

Posted by Adam Perry on Thursday, 26 March 2020

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