Christmas lights dance to LSU's "Hold That Tiger"
BATON ROUGE - A family is adopting an LSU favorite as a Christmas song in East Baton Rouge Parish.
Darryl Clark started working on his 40,000 light holiday display this summer and completed the show the day after Thanksgiving.
The spectacle includes six songs that dance on a continuous loop at his home on Elliot Road near Tiger Bend. He used a computer software system to match the lights with the songs.
"One song may take 60 hours(of work)," Clark said. "The one question I hear is how much is your electric bill."
Clark admits he does not know how much the bill is.
"I'll track it for you and let you know," he said.
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