|dr_rock - 2009-06-17 |
Starts slow. Gets great.
Oddly enough, I like this more for his parody of the artist more than the parody of the topic.
Is it okay that I don't like this song? I even like Weird Al, and I like The Doors. I just don't think this song is that original or well-composed. It's like he just took a bunch of his B-sides from the last 5 albums and threw them in a blender.
|Scurrie - 2009-06-17 |
8th grade me will always love Weird Al.
|fluffy - 2009-06-17 |
Every filker on the Internet secretly thinks they are Weird Al.
They are so very wrong.
|dueserpenti - 2009-06-17 |
Just as we've all forgotten Weird Al, he comes back with the radness to remind us.
Well you can always Message @alyankovic and ask. That said, the song is meh. "Bob" was a better style impersonation song.
|mashedtater - 2009-06-17 |
better than i thought it would be
|Godard's Drinking Problem - 2009-06-17 |
Weird Al is certainly starting to resemble Molly Shannon.
|Merzbau - 2009-06-17 |
Needs a Liam Lynch tag.
|Pillager - 2009-06-17 |
5 stars for Ray Manzarek's collaboration.
|zatojones - 2009-06-17 |
'stacheless Al still looks strange to me
|Chibisuke - 2009-06-17 |
I love weird al, but this song is shitty, and the video isn't funny at all.
|Sick Man - 2009-06-17 |
Just okay. He had me at "red speedos and a hockey mask".
So was I the only one that heard "Styrofoam penis" at first?
|pastorofmuppets - 2009-06-18 |
Much better on that first high scream than I thought he was going to pull off. It's no "Spatula City" but it's got my stars.
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