At Guff, we're no stranger to how uncomfortably weird Kidz Bop is. Here are 15 more songs that sound so strange when they're sung by children.
I guess kids are natural born rappers. They've had a lot of practice, what with Dr. Seuss and all.
Did the Kidz Bop kids all learn Korean? Did they hire Korean children? Was "Hey, hey lady" really the most graceful lyric censoring they could think of? The public demands answers.
"Hey, you know that music video where several people kill themselves? What if the song was sung by KIDS?"
When I was a kid, being fancy meant wearing an itchy dressand I hated it. Man, times really have changed.
What are they giving up on? Violin lessons? Ballet class? Beating Rainbow Road in Mario Kart?
Before Kidz Bop covered it, it was a perfectly normal song!
The kids cheering "I walk alone!" in their sweet little voices is exactly what Billie Joe Armstrong had in mind when he wrote this song. Hopefully the song takes place before curfew.
I'm sorry, was there a mistake? I thought this was called Kidz Bop, not Typical High School Drama Bop.
It's just a jump to left and a step to the right. Obviously, they're singing about hopscotch.
The lyric "You can save me from the man that I've become," makes these young-ins sound like mystical time travelers. Why wasn't this song heavily featured in the movie The Kid?
Bret Michaels collaborates with his daughters in this classic power ballad. They're already moshing at a 5th grade level.
It's a song about booty calls but luckily, it's flying right over their heads. Kind of like all of the movie Grease.
This is weird because those kids have more funk than I ever will in my whole life.
The perfect companion piece to "He Loves U Not." Finally, we can learn the other person's perspective. Though I think I'll stick to Wicked.
And that's the day Señorita Davis had them transferred to a different class.