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12 Times Weird Al Parodies Were Better Than The Original Songs

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Weird Al Yankovic has been the world's greatest musical comedian for decades now, constantly taking the popular music of the time and making it his own. We love all of his songs, but these 12 were the absolute best.

Amish Paradise

We may have loved Coolio's "Gangsta's Paradise" but we completely forgot about it once Al released his ode to churning better.

The Saga Begins

He takes the worst Star Wars movies and makes gold out of them, all to the tune of "American Pie." Classic.

Eat It

Take "Beat It" and drop a letter; suddenly you have comedy gold.

Girls Just Wanna Have Lunch

We all thought they just wanted to have fun, but Al showed us the error of our ways.

Another One Rides The Bus

So much nicer than everyone biting the dust, don't you think?

His parodies just keep getting better from here...

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