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"Weird Al" proves that silly can be cool

"And listen up when I tell you this," raps "Weird Al" Yankovic, "I hope you never use quotation marks for emphasis." To the tune of Robin Thicke's broadly discussed 'Blurred Lines', the original pastiche master rejects the socially aware parodies of Thicke's 2013 single in favour of a sillier approach.

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