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There once was a time where we did not have Luke Bryan. He randomly appeared by falling out of the sky on a horse. He fell on to a farm in Bellsburg. and chose to live there throughout his young life. He started to make rap music and realized he just did not do very well. Luke decided to leave Cane City and go to Steel City for his music. He met a gorilla who became his agent. The gorilla, Blake, told Luke he needed to get seen by more people, so he started singing on street corners. Some people did not seem to like him very much. He thought it was because of his looks.
"...and I don't want this night to end..."
"You need to get noticed."
"It's because of my looks, Blake."
"Then change your appearance."
Luke decided to change his clothing style, grow out his hair, and learn to dance. He then realized he could do anything he wanted about his appearance and dancing. At first he was not sure if he should be dancing, but his fan base was growing. He started wearing tighter jeans and a black baseball hat backwards. He started making more and more music to release to his growing fan base. As he was making his music, he realized he could change his voice in more ways than he knew. Luke began giving himself more opportunities to show off his new found voice in his music. Soon he was on tour opening up for Case Thomas. Shortly after he started his own tour.
"...and she said play it again, play it again, play it again..."
"Great job Luke!"
"...baby hop in we can take it way, way back."
Luke Bryan found how to use his powers for his appearance to his advantage and is continuing his career. Without him, we would not have his music or good looks. Luke also found he could use his powers on others, so he changed Blake into a human. He uses his powers to entertain us and make people, or animals, to look better. He loves everyone including the people who helped him and who support him.
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