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Maaa-maaaas, don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys! Don't let them pick gi-tars and drive them ol' trucks, make them be doctors and lawyers and such.

Gawd, now I'll have Willie in my head for a week!

Very sweet birds! He's singing "Whole Lotta Peckin' Goin' On" and she's definitely singing "Crazy" - or is that "Cause You Ain't Chicken Enough to Take My Rooster" LOL! Love 'em!

Fantastic job! What talent!

both of them are so lovely! also like these beautiful colours.

Ohhhhh I LOVE this! Wonderful style, so bold, cute and fun! :o)

Teehee!! These are cracking me up!! Songs?! ummm..don't know!? Elvis songs?

They really made me smile too. Hope they will be available as stamps :) Great work again!

Love them both! Oh, my gosh, Anna--you're so talented!

What great chickens! Really, really fun illustrations! Thanks for making me smile!

Bwahahahahaha...."get along little doggies.." You crack me up. Love Patsy's shine! :)

LOL! Anna, your creations ALWAYS bring a smile to my face!!

Well, he is singing 'Living La Vida Loca' to me and she is either yodeling or singing 'Blue' (think Leanne Rimes). haha. I love these illustrations!

heee heee!!!! your chickens! they go SO well with my morning coffee! i've got this idiot grin on my face...

rhinestones...on a chicken....

Don't ask me why but Strings reminded me of Festus and Patsy reminded me of Miss Kitty from "Gunsmoke". Makes me chomp at the bit for my husband's retirement so we can get to our East Texas ranch. Can't wait to get chickens, goats, cows, horses and even a pot bellied pig or two.

Both are fabulous!! You totally crack me up! Love all the bling :)

I could have sworn I heard them singing,

By the light of the moon,
Where is that raccoon,
Cuz, we're tired of being in lock down!!

How cute! You and your chickens!! What else will you have them doing? Can't wait to see!

Actually, Minnie Pearl comes to mind, too!

I don't know why, but I think of "Yankee Doodle" when looking at this chicken. LOL

Lovely chick.

Oh My Gosh Anna! Too cute!

These are such cute chickens. I agree with the above post. You need to make stamps out of them. I would name the male "Elvis".

:D.. love it!!
Great work ^^

they are way cute!!!

great and funny draw!!!!

Oh my gosh! They are both adorable. I do love the more fem girl and the bling!

love them. i love the little twinkles on her guitar and microphone. i think she is tammy wynette singing, stand by your man.

You crack me up. Love the chickens this morning. And yes, I can see the first one singing Mitch Millers's Don't Fence Me In, I loved that song as a kid.

Please take all your chickens and make a stamp collection out of them - I would love to buy them!!!
They are soooo cute

Very cute! She kinda looks like my Rockstar chick!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA . . . I absolutely LOVE Patsy! You are the absolute best!!!! You know, you really DO need to make a Minnie Pearl version. I can see that hat with the price tag now ---- HOWDY!

How cute! It reminds me of last night at the football game. During halftime the marching band did a whole show about birds, ending with the Chicken Dance. They started out with Free Bird, with the color guard "hatching" on the field. It was crazy.
I always LOVE your illustrations! This is no exception.
Have a great weekend!

these birds are a singing that old favorite "Oh the cow kicked Nellie in the belly in the barn.....These are both adorable.. thanks for sharing...MaryAnn

How cute and funny!!! and I think they would both fit right in at the Opry! I can just hear them singing, too.....oh, all she needs is a Minnie Pearl Hat (or am I dating myself...)

; )

Your illustrations are fabulous, I like the male AND the female! They are too cute...and I've BEEN to the Grand Ole Opry, but it was over 25 years ago! I remember, because I was very pregnant with our 3rd son!!!
Have a great weekend...and greetings to all the chickens and turkens from NE!!! =)

snicker, snicker....

A one man/chicken version of Free Bird?

...But, if I stayed here with you girl,
Things just couldn't be the same.
Cause I'm as free as a bird now,
And this bird you'll never change...."

whoops...unless someone whips out their watercolors and instant sex change...

Anna, I think you've been sniffing too many fumes from the chicken poop ... coop, well you know what I mean ! ha

How much cuter can you draw a chicken ~ but when you're in the mood to create again, maybe you might add a bit of *bling* to her feathered fingers and toes (toe ring perhaps or an anklet?) and maybe a hair barette or patterened scraf to hold that flowing, silky hair-feathers out of her eyes! haa!
OHHHHH NOOOO, I must be smelling some of that poop too, as I'm starting to invision chickens like you do :))))
Can't wait 'til Monday for all of your releases on WS :)

Well now, how stinkin cute are they?!?
Awesome job as usual Anna!
Thanks for sharing.
I think she might be singing "Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, I'm beggin' of you please don't take my man...." I think she resembles Dolly just a tad :-)

Oh, this is great... It's kinda funny, for a second I thought the guitar looked like a drumstick! Wonderful!

Love me tender was my first thought, but I see someone else had the same twisted thought! So now my thoughts are "Walkin' After Midnight" or "Crazy".

Love me Tender???? Ya know, Chicken Tender...maybe not....

Other than the chicken dance, I don't know any appropriate songs but this so reminds me of DH who leads our praise team at church each week on his guitar. Love it!

love it! love the texture. great work!

This is very cute. I like the electric cord.

Yep, I think I saw him on "Hee Haw" singing "A Boy named Sue." I'm pretty sure I saw him.

Your work is delightful.

"Who broke the lock?" (traditional song)
Who broke the lock? I don't know
Who broke the lock on the henhouse door
Well, I'll find out before I go
Who broke the lock on the henhouse door

Now, my old hen's a good old hen
But she ain't laid a egg since I don't know when
Old hen cackle, cackling a lot
Next time she cackle, gonna cackle in the pot

Who broke the lock? I don't know
Who broke the lock on the henhouse door
Well, I'll find out before I go
Who broke the lock on the henhouse door

Now, there was an old rooster 'bout forty years old
He'd done lots of things that'd never been told
His toes curled up, he could not scratch
But the young hens say his eggs still hatch

Oh there are a ton of verses to this silly, sassy song but how many do you expect this old hen to remember, lol.

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