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16 Ridiculous 'Star Wars' Musical Mashups

LOL, you will

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"Bohemian Rhapsody," 'Star Wars' Edition

Just think about how hard it is to sing all of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." Now think about it hard it would be to write your own Star Wars lyrics to the entire song.

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"Hello (From the Dark Side)"

"Hello from the Dark Siiiiiide / Do or do not, there is not tryyyyy." Have you seen this one, Adele?! The part where they use basically every character with a name ending in O instead of "hello"?!

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"Cello Wars"

You haven't lived till you've watched an electric cello get played with a lightsaber.

Or till you've seen Darth Vader play accordion.

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"Do You Want to Kill Some Rebels?"

Two of cinema's tallest giants, Frozen and Star Wars, get a "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" mashup.

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"A Whole New Hope"

More Disney x Star Wars action (never mind that Disney now owns Lucasfilm), this time through the lens of Aladdin. Fun enough that we'll forgive the misspelling of "garbage chute."

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Darth Punk

Sonically it's just an electro dance track, but visually it's a magnificent, glossy-looking mashup of your favorite French robots and your favorite semi-robotic Sith lord.

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"Call Me Maybe" Sung by the 'Star Wars' Cast

Carly Rae Jepsen's infectious hit, but with actual dialogue from the films. It's utterly ridiculous, but we salute the time it took to string this together. 

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Black Sabbath's..."Pair Of Droids"?

A shoestring budget can't hold back a guy who just wants to shred a Star Wars–ified version of Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" in a floppy Jabba the Hutt costume. Maybe the best human since Star Wars Kid.

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"The 'Star Wars' That I Used to Know"

Back when everyone was cooking up their own version of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" video, this guy was busy lamenting the tarnished legacy of his favorite series. George Lucas makes an appearance, ornery as ever.

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Use the A Cappella Force

It's not just another Brady Bunch credits–looking one-man medley (ayo, Todrick Hall!)—it's another classic example of adding lyrics to all those classic Star Wars melodies. (Don't act like you haven't made up words to the theme song, ya stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf-herder.)

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Ke$ha + '$tar War$'

It doesn't get better than a Stormtrooper in a business suit heading to work with his coffee. It doesn't get better than this entire video, actually. We love all the demented brains involved in making it.

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"Eye of the TIE Fighter"

If legendary composer John Williams hadn't been available, Survivor would've been next on the list.

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"Kung Fu Fighting," But With Lightsabers

...and if Survivor hadn't been available, Carl Douglas would've picked up the phone for sure.

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"Moves Like Jabba"

This Maroon 5 parody would make Weird Al proud.

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"Blurred Lines," 'Star Wars' Style

Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" was polarizing for sure—but this parody takes the risqué bits and replaces 'em with awkwardly dancing Stormtroopers.

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"Harlem Shake," Stormtrooper Edition

"A long time ago in a funky galaxy far, far away..."

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