WATCH: Weird Al parodies Robin Thicke ‘Blurred Lines’ with a red pencil toward grammar errors

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He had the song of the summer last year, but Robin Thicke is a few hits short now since his plea to “Paula” has tanked worldwide. (530 sold in the U.K. alone!)

Leave it to Weird Al to break out the red pen and bring grammar do’s and don’ts to the forefront in his latest parody, this one to Thicke’s “Blurred Lines.” Copy editors rejoice.

His latest album “Mandatory Fun” is out today. Expectations are higher than for Thicke’s “Paula.”

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