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‘Better Call Saul’ Music Video Debuts Show Footage, Tells Viewers How to Get Away With Murder (Video)

Series creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould penned the lyrics to the ”Breaking Bad“ prequel ditty

If arrested and given one phone call, who would you use it on? The new music video for AMC’s upcoming “Breaking Bad” prequel strongly suggests that one take the opportunity to contact faux New Mexico attorney Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk).

The original song, which shares the same title of the new series — “Better Call Saul” — is performed by Junior Brown, with lyrics by show creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould.

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The music video, embedded below, takes viewers to a purposely cheesy set before rolling footage from the highly anticipated show.

The song itself covers every offense under the sun, from getting out of a DUI to literally getting away with murder. Apparently, Saul is just that good.

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As the chorus goes: “Saul, Saul — you’d better call Saul/He’ll fight for your rights when your back’s to the wall/Stick it to the man/Justice for all/You’d better call Saul.”

You’d better watch the video: