#191: (This Song's Just) Six Words Long [Parody of "Got My Mind Set On You" as performed by George Harrison]
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This week, our friend and creator of Fest of Al, Raquel Hartzell, joins us as we discuss theories on why Al wrote this song as well as compare the two different, official music videos for George Harrison's cover.
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Weird Al "(This Song's Just) Six Words Long" George Harrison James Ray "Got My Mind Set On You" Betty Everett Cher "Shoop Shoop Song (its in his kiss)" Salt-N-Pepa "Shoop" The Main Ingredient "Everybody Plays The Fool" Freddie And The Dreamers James Ray "If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody" Harlem Globetrotters 1970s Intro Joey & The Flips Ray Brown & Whispers Roosevelt Grier The A-Cads "Fool, Fool, Fool" Olympics The Young Rascals "Good Lovin" Pop Music is Stuck on Repeat Colin Morris TEDxPenn The Chambers Brothers "All Strung Out Over You" The Bracelets "Waddle, Waddle"
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