WATCH: This pro-Brexit song is the worst piece of music you'll hear in 2017

Peter Parsons in the video for 'The Brexit Song: We'll Be Strong'. (Photo: Peter Parsons/YouTube)
Peter Parsons in the video for 'The Brexit Song: We'll Be Strong'. (Photo: Peter Parsons/YouTube)
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An older gentleman from England has recorded a pro-Brexit song and video and has published both to YouTube.

Regardless of how you voted in the referendum in 2016, Peter Parsons' 'Brexit Song: We'll Be Strong' is in contention to be the worst piece of music anyone will hear in 2017.

Mr. Parsons dons the most British of apparel in the video and spells out why he thinks the United Kingdom will be stronger when it eventually leaves the European Union in April 2019.

Wearing a suit covered in the Union Jack and a bowler with smaller Union Jack sticking out of it, Mr. Parson's sings: "What do we want? A great deal from Michel Barnier. What do we need? A great deal from David Davis. What do we want? No junker from Juncker."

Peter Parsons has musically expressed Brexit perfectly. Laughably awful; and living through it even for a few minutes feel like an eternity," said one man on Twitter.

"I genuinely wonder how this one would fare at the Eurovision Song Contest," joked one woman.

Peter Parsons in the video for 'The Brexit Song: We'll Be Strong'. (Photo: Peter Parsons/YouTube)

Peter Parsons in the video for 'The Brexit Song: We'll Be Strong'. (Photo: Peter Parsons/YouTube)