United Airlines has been under scrutiny in recent days after video surfaced on Sunday night (April 9) showing security personnel forcibly removing a paying passenger from a flight, and up-and-coming country artist Cole Taylor is one of those throwing some shade at the airline. On Wednesday morning (April 12), Taylor shared a song that jokes about United's PR woes on America's Morning Show.

Dubbed "Here at United," Taylor's new tune was made up quickly, as part of America's Morning Show's "10-Minute Tune" series. In the short song, Taylor sings humorous lines such as "we scare because we care / We can seat you and we can beat you up" and "it's no pain, no plane / We've got business class, first class and the Fight Club."

"We put the hospital in hospitality / Our whole crew could be on WWE," Taylor sings in the chorus of "Here at United. "You get kicked out of your seat even if you buy it / Here at United."

Readers can press play above to hear Taylor sing "Here at United" as the morning show's hosts chuckle along.

Taylor, a 23-year-old Georgia native, has written songs cut by Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Chase Rice and Rodney Atkins. He released his own debut single, "Cold Beer," in February.

“I want to be honest with people,” Taylor says on Facebook. “I don’t just sit and write for myself; I write for my fans and try to touch them with the songs, because some people don’t know how to say what they want to say. I observe other people and write about those situations they’re in so that maybe it can change somebody. Music has a powerful message in people’s lives.”

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