OK, so I am old and someone needs to explain this to me: this video has 2 million views and is trending on Twitter.
So, I’ll bite. Is it a joke? Because it’s pretty excellent if it’s a parody of something. Or is this a sincere attempt at songwriting? If so, that may make it even more excellent.
Sample lyrics: “Yesterday was Thursday. Today it is Friday/ We we we so excited. We so excited. We gonna have a ball today./ Tomorrow is Saturday. And Sunday comes afterwards.”
That’s some Lennon-McCartney, Brill Building, Leiber & Stoller level shit right there.
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- shortformblog said: Oh, it’s better than a joke: bohemian.com/citysou… Apparently a company allows teenage girls to pretend to be pop stars.
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