Today is the eighth and final day of Weird Al’s videos. Bringing his video project to a close, the final one for the road, he parodies the style of Crosby, Stills & Nash’s “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” while mocking business jargon.
Yes, mocking business jargon with an exclusive on WSJ’s SpeakEasy.
Yankovic sings about the need to “efficiently operationalize our strategies”, “invest in world-class technologies”, and “leverage core competencies.” Hand drawn animations in the style of RSA Animates, the song is filled with common corporate buzzwords that we see more often in our social networks and conference.
Checkout his other videos that are part of his #8videos8days project from his album Mandatory Fun:
- Day One: Get ‘Tacky’ Like Pharrel’s ‘Happy’ With Weird Al Yankovic
- Day Two: ‘Word Crimes’ by Weird Al Yankovic Is a ‘Blurred Lines’ Parody
- Day Three: Weird Al’s ‘Foil’ to ‘Royals’ and World Domination by the Illuminati
- Day Four: Just How ‘Handy’ Is Weird Al With His ‘Fancy’ Bag of Tricks
- Day Five: Weird Al Explains in ‘Sports Song’ That His Team Is Great
- Day Six: Weird Al Has ‘First World Problems’ in the Spirit of the Pixies
- Day Seven: Stories of Weird Al’s ‘Lame Claim to Fame’ in Southern Rock Style
- Day Eight: Weird Al’s ‘Mission Statement’ Takes a Jab at Corporate Buzzwords