Prehistoric music record

A music record made of stone, made by a Cro-Magnon was recently discovered. The record could not be played because it requires a dodo bird’s beak to be used as a needle, but its lyrics etched in stone have also been recovered.

Partially translated, the song is about a man losing his wife to a Neanderthal, and his mother nagging him to get a job at the new wheel factory, instead of wasting his life on being a musician.

Since there were no cities back then, experts determine this to be the first country music song, which the artist named “The Ballad of Fred Flinstone”.

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