How to make ‘Call Me Maybe’ stop
College Humor’s parody of popular song is like none other
Ever since Canadian artist Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit song, “Call Me Maybe” gained popularity earlier this year, it seems as though the tune has been suck on repeat on radio stations and iPods worldwide.
Analysts have studied “Call Me Maybe” throughout 2012 in attempt to discover its possible deeper meaning. Last week, two Jewish musicians attempted to decode the lyrics on Twitter, when Maroon 5 member Adam Levine and rapper Mac Miller shared a brief, but enlightening conversation.
Countless parodies have flooded Youtube, including one earlier this week from Sesame Street, in which the Cookie Monster shares his rendition of “Share It Maybe.”
But it appears that there is only one parody of the song that will make the song stop, and finally put an end to the madness.
Introducing College Humor’s semi-offensive, yet surprisingly relieving version of “Call Me Maybe”:
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