Taylor Swift You Belong With Me parody "A Nerd Like Me" by Mike Rayburn
DescriptionThe Nerd: Jimmy Altman The Girl: Emily Miller The Jock: Jeff Civilico http://www.jeffcivilico.com The Teacher: Jessi Fisher For bookings go to http://www.mikerayburn.com or call 877-307-7403 Watch Mike's hologram electric guitar duet of Beethoven's 5th symphony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-Juetq2fjw Get Mike's hilarious "A Nerd Like Me" CD on iTunes or at http://www.mikerayburn.com/a-nerd-like-me/ featuring 9 parodies and bonus: "Bohemian Rhapsody" on guitar! This music video, written and directed by Thomas Brecheisen, is a (mis?)treatment of Taylor Swift's "You Belong With Me" by Mike Rayburn called "A Nerd Like Me". This song is part of Mike's new album of the same name "A Nerd Like Me". Mike has headlined Carnegie Hall three times and is a recent inductee into the International Speakers Hall of Fame. He does keynote presentations inspiring innovation and peak performance... from someone who actually DOES IT! CD song list: "A Nerd Like Me" - (parody of Taylor Swift's "You Belong With Me") "My Favorite Things: NOT!" - (parody of Julie Andrews "My Favorite Things") "Ducks In The Wind" - (parody of "Dust In The Wind") "Rockin' The Snack Bar" - (parody of "Rockin' The Casbah" by The Clash) "Dueling Banj-arabia" - (instrumental parody of "Dueling Banjos") "Grenade" - (parody of Bruno Mars "Grenade") "Hamster Bites" - (parody of "Dynamite" by Taio Cruz) "Scabies" - (parody of "Baby" by Justin Bieber) "He Oughta Know" - (male response to "You Oughta Know") "Bohemian Rhapsody" - (non-comedic, solo guitar performance) At Mike's satirical hand, The Clash's "Rockin' The Casbah" becomes a diatribe about every bad guitar gig Mike's done (and there have been many), called "Rockin' The Snack Bar." Also included is an indictment of Bruno Mars' whiny, "Grenade," Tai Cruz' "Dynamite" becomes a fun, family romp called "Hamster Bite," Justin Bieber's "Baby" is now an itch-fest called "Scabies," (yeah, Mike actually raps) and if you remember Mike from the 90's, he included his "Male Response To Alanis Morissette." There is one live recording, Mike's instrumental parody (huh? yeah) of Dueling Banjos called "Dueling Banj-arabia." *Bonus Track - Mike's solo guitar version of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." This piece regularly gets standing ovations in the middle of Mike's presentations.