WILLIAMS: Ah, we've been contacted today. The song is mine, Sean.
And the poll -- let's talk about the poll. They had a poll. Fifty -- you know, who would you like to have on -- do the Monday night -- 53 percent, me.
HANNITY: Well, you don't look as good as Faith Hill, but she does "Sunday Night Football" --
WILLIAMS: Well, that's another network. But there are other networks.
HANNITY: Yes, there are. Fox is one of them.
WILLIAMS: Ah, yeah. And I have some real close friends in the football world --
HANNITY: I'll be you do.
WILLIAMS: Oh yeah, buddy.
HANNITY: All right, I got to run. You found -- first of all, you found songs in the garbage of your dad and mom, you put them on CD and you put them in this really cool thing.
WILLIAMS: Yeah, mother's best flour. That's what it's about, like cooking and they were in the garbage, they said, well you know, they're old acetate (ph). This is such a treasure. They found one of dad's from 1938. He's 15 years old. This icon, this complete master of the very first rockabilly of all, is in the charts again.
HANNITY: All right, we got to run. And I have one of your "Monday Night Football" guitars. How many are there?
WILLIAMS: I guess there are 20. And by the way, the two belt buckles that I have with all the Super Bowls, we're selling them and giving that to charity.
HANNITY: Good for you. I might buy it. All right, I want you to sign this. Hank Williams, Jr., God bless you. You're a great American.
WILLIAMS: Thank you, buddy.
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