July 24th, 2013
12:04 PM ET
Despite some controversy, Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" has become so prolific it's inspired parodies and an unbelievable mash-up.
Vampire Weekend has already proven just how high they can take a falsetto with their cover of the inescapable summer jam:
And now even former President Bill Clinton is "singing" the track, which also features Pharrell and T.I.
The YouTube channel BaracksDubs, which has previously brought us President Obama's "covers" of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" and LMFAO's "Sexy And I Know It," has posted a different presidential mix.
In the video, Clinton takes the stage to a cheering audience, and proceeds to "sing" Thicke's lyrics, word for word. At times, BaracksDubs rolls out vintage Clinton clips, but the president is clearly emphatic about those "Blurred Lines" R&B crooner Thicke is singing about:
Yet unlike the single's original music video, Clinton's clip doesn't feature any models dancing around in nothing but thongs. Thicke's video was racy enough to get pulled from YouTube, and a new parody version is just as saucy. But instead of scantily clad ladies, the video from Seattle-based group Mod Carousel has reversed the gender roles and shows men grooving in their birthday suits instead.
What Thicke's video really needed, apparently, was a visit from his dad, "Growing Pains" star Alan Thicke. YouTube's The Hood Internet has a remedy for that oversight, too, with the mash-up of the "Growing Pains" theme song and "Blurred Lines." Behold:
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