My My This Here Anakin Guy

I can’t believe I never saw this before now. Click on the embedded video above to listen to the parody song “The Saga Begins” by “Weird Al” Yankovic. HT Matt Brown.

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  • AthenaC

    “I can’t believe I never saw this before now.”

    Well, better late than never!

  • Gary

    This must be from another parallel universe. Not the Weird Al I am familiar with. And something very wrong when they don’t even mention Don McLean in the subtitle. Just wrong.

    • Gary

      Or maybe it’s just a young peach-fuzz Al instead of a mustache.

  • texcee

    My all time favorite Weird Al parody. Whenever I hear “American Pie” on the radio, I start singing along with THESE lyrics.

  • Scott

    You also need to check out “Your Horoscope for Today” that is on the same album. “Now is not a good time to photocopy your butt and staple it to your boss’s face”.
    Also in the same song: “Now you may find it inconceivable or at the very least a bit unlikely
    that the relative position of the planets and the stars could have
    a special deep significance or meaning that exclusively applies to only you,
    but let me give you my assurance that these forecasts and predictions
    are all based on solid, scientific, documented evidence, so you would have
    to be some kind of moron not to realize that every single one of them is absolutely true.”
    Brilliant stuff.

  • Luke Johannsen

    Yes, better late than never. But that being the case let me introduce you to Yoda from his third album.

    And see 2:22 for a Star Wars Holiday reference

    • James F. McGrath

      That one I am sure I saw before. I think I missed the other one because I was living outside the English speaking world when Phantom Menace came out.