Travis Kelce's Old Tweets Turned into Hilarious Song by Jimmy Fallon and Black Thought: Watch

'The Tonight Show' host and The Roots rapper joined forces to deliver a silly song consisting of wholesome tweets from Kelce's past

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Jimmy Fallon, Travis Kelce, Black Thought

While Travis Kelce recently inspired Taylor Swift to adjust some of her lyrics on tour, he also has Jimmy Fallon writing some of his own.

Just days after fans of the NFL tight end, 34, discovered several of his wholesome old tweets, Fallon, 49, and rapper Black Thought delivered a song dedicated to Kelce's most touching internet moments.

On Friday, the duo appeared on The Tonight Show to perform "The Ballad of Travis Kelce," a song that featured the pair crafting rhymes for Kelce's silly past tweets about squirrels, Dave and Busters, Taco Bell and taking naps.

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"Travis used to tweet a lot, nah, he wouldn't quit," Black Thought, 52, (real name Tariq Trotter) began the song, before Fallon interjected and rhymed the line with a Kelce classic: "I just gave a squirrel a piece of bread and it straight smashed all of it."

The opening lines set viewers up for what would be a call-and-response between Fallon and The Roots rapper, as they gave those at home some insight into Kelce's X (formerly Twitter) usage a decade ago.

"Sometimes he was really deep, the whole world he'd inspire," Black Thought rapped, before Fallon added a Kelce quote: "The most powerful weapon on this earth is the human soul on fire!"

"Then he'd take it down a notch and keep things super light," the duo continued, rhyming it with: "Bout to get some Taco Bell n see what's poppin tonight."

After sharing some of Kelce's thoughts on Olive Garden, the pair closed out the song in unison. "Nowadays, we're reading every little thing he writes," Black Thought said, before Fallon came in with another Kelce tweet: "Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night."

"NAP TIME," the duo closed the song with, referencing one of Kelce's more memorable social media lines.

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Of course, Fallon and Black Thought only used a sampling of Kelce's tweets in their new song, as his greatest hits also include his thoughts on Chipotle, misplacing his phone and staring at the moon.

While Kelce may not tweet as frequently as he used to, he still opens up about his life with his brother Jason on their New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce podcast.

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During Wednesday's episode, the athlete got candid about seeing Swift, 33, perform in Buenos Aires, where she changed the lyrics of “Karma” in honor of him. “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs, coming straight home to me,” Swift sang.

“Yeah no I had no clue that...” Kelce said, before admitting, “Well, I might have had a little bit of a clue, but definitely when I heard it come out of her mouth, [it] still shocked me.”

“I was like, ‘Oh, she really just said that,’ ” he added.

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