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FreddeGredde Sings The Simpsons

Fredrik “FreddeGredde” Larson, YouTube medley specialist, offers his latest here, a medley of songs from The Simpsons:

In case you’re keeping score at home, that’s Michael Jackson’s “Happy Birthday, Lisa,” the Be Sharps’ hit single “Baby on Board,” “The Monorail Song,” “We Do (The Stonecutters’ Song),” “Canyonero,” “We’re Talkin’ Softball,” “Who Needs the Qwik-E-Mart?,” and the Mr. Plow jingle. All hits, all the time.

Fredde’s done medleys of video game songs (with added lyrics), TV themes, and cartoon songs. He’s at (where else?).

HT: Urlesque

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  1. smartbunny says:

    Aww, too cute! Love a boy with a guitar. Usually.

  2. Thrstn says:

    Wow!! single tear at how wonderful that was. Great job fredde.

  3. totvornottotv says:

    fredde missed a line in the monorail song where grandpa asks “where you sent here by the devil” lyle landy replys “no good sir im on the level “then the wiggum line follows it. The medley reminds me of when the simpsons was the greatest written show on tv unfortunately the same cant be said for it current season.Good job fredde

  4. DefconDan says:

    Ok this was cool and his video game one is AWESOME but he throws a tiny bit of n-bomb in it… eeeeeh makes it hard to post to FB but still funny as all s***

  5. Devo says:

    Did anyone else have ‘The Simpsons Sing the Blues’ Album that was released in 1990?
    One of the musical staples of my childhood.
    Oh sweet memories of the early 90’s.

  6. RobM says:

    Where is “We Put the Spring in Springfield”? “Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel”? “Can I Borrow a Feeling?” “Everyone Loves New Flanders”?

    To be fair, I won’t demand “Dr. Zaius” because he clearly stuck only to entirely original songs.