Cat Parody: Watch These Cats Nail Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ [Video]

  • A YouTuber created a parody of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
  • And Shirley Șerban did it using a quartet of cats.
  • The YouTube video has more than 3 million views on its platfrom.

A YouTuber created a parody of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” using a quartet of cats.

The video was shared by Youtuber Shirley Șerban, who captioned the video, “Cats are royalty. We are their willing servants. Bohemian Catsody – enjoy a parody song of the Queen classic, Bohemian Rhapsody, this time, all about CATS!” For cat lovers, this may be the greatest Queen song of all-time.

As seen in the video that has since gone viral, four cats are positioned in place of the members of Queen for their iconic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ music video. While the song sounds the same, it includes some new lyrics, such as; “Mama, just killed a mouse / Ate it all except the head / That’s your present on your bed / Mama, a sign of my love / Why did you scream and throw it all away?”

According to Loudersound, the new version was titled, ‘Bohemian Catsody,’ and has been viewed over 3 million times as of this writing.

The song includes lyrics about frightening their owners at night. Leaving the heads of dead mice all around the house. And refusing to accept love under most circumstances. So, you know, standard cat stuff every owner deals with.

Just like the original song, this is an operatic exploration of life. Only instead of being tragic for the singer it’s tragic for the cats’ owners. The video is anything but tragic though. Serban got four adorable cats to star in a video based on Queen’s own. This performance features Boo, Sweetie, Griffin, and Stripey Superstar. We’re obviously huge fans already. However, the group is already selling out. The band already has a t-shirt you can buy.

Fortunately for this cat quartet, they don’t have to worry about the high bar of writing human song parodies. A cat-led spoof is already impressive enough on its own.

Source: Yahoo! News

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