A YouTube user edits Clinton speeches to match Robin Thicke's lyrics
"Blurred Lines" is both a party anthem of the summer and the most controversial song of the moment.
It's been called "rapey" and overly sexualized by a number of publications. For the latter reason, it was ripe for a sweet YouTube mash-up starring former President Bill Clinton.
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The song boasts lyrics like: "I know you want it/But you're a good girl/The way you grab me/Must wanna get nasty/Go ahead, get at me."
So who better to sing it than Clinton? (We suppose the answer could be "Robin Thicke," given the song's popularity.)
The mash-up of Clinton speeches, posted by YouTube user baracksdubs, is perfectly timed to the first few verses of the song. President Obama even makes an impressive and memorable cameo.
Watch the video:
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