Who Is Parson Brown
W. Parsons is a brother and why did he make a snowman like that? 3
The following lyrics form the musical moment of the song:
We can make a snowman in the meadow.
Then pretend that this is Parson's brother.
Yes, are you married?
Don't say no, but you can do it whenever you want!
Since the Florida Orange Producer was the only well-known person named Parsons Bro at the time of writing this song, it can be assumed that Parsons was used as a word more than the first name. At the time this song was written, priests (now known as clergy) often roamed the small countryside to perform wedding ceremonies for followers of sects who had no local cleric. There, the children will probably claim that their snowman is a pastor with the last name Bro, who will come to see him at the door.
Parsons didn't care about the clergy, the clergy, or the clergy. It's an ancient term we don't hear much about, but it was mostly used in the 18th and 19th centuries, just as Catholics nowadays use the term elle to refer to a pastor. Parsons Bro is not a real man but a dumb character because John Doe is an unknown person. In the Winter Wonderland song, he is a snowman, the couple claims to be a traveling preacher, telling him that they are not married but that he can work if he wants to. Can function