Weird Al Gives Grammar Sticklers Our National Anthem

Weird Al Gives Grammar Sticklers Our National Anthem

Weird Al Yankovic is back with a new album called Mandatory Fun. My generation is quite familiar with the artist who’s famous for his note-for-note parodies of hit pop songs, but his lyrics are just as catchy if even more so. They’re definitely family friendly and a lot more clever. More clever is always good. One of my favourite new songs is an enjoyable play on Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines. In Word Crimes, Al expresses his frustration with the blatant disregard for proper grammar in just about every medium nowadays. Since the original version has been condemned for its lyrics, I’m sure this one is much more acceptable. So everybody shut up! Here’s Word Crimes:

Director: Jarrett Heather
Composer: Pharrell Williams, Clifford Harris, Jr., Robin Thicke and Al Yankovic
Genre: Comedy/Humor
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