Englebert Humperdinck song re-imagined for a social media world as “ReTweet Me” with a 30-man choir

As long as I'm lurking inside the inside of the Internet, might as well share this sweet little parody with you. Chuckle if you must at the name Engelbert Humperdinck, but he's a real man who, in 1967, sang a #1 hit song with "Release Me."

Now, at the end of 2010, the Drybrook & District Male Voice Choir has re-recorded the song with new lyrics to reflect the social-media world in which we live. Follow along with the lyrics to see how they incorporate YouTube, Google, MySpace, Facebook and more. You Digg?


 

Sean L. McCarthy

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