Kids today have it so easy. When I was growing up, and would stay over with my cousins, and we'd watch a movie, my aunt would put on something Disney. If I wanted to make something completely awesome out of it, something completely wrong... I'd have to use my, what do you call it? Oh, yeah, IMAGINATION! Heck, I remember in middle school music class I changed the lyrics to the song "Donkey Riding", like "Weird Al" Yankovic (one of my idols) in the hopes to make a better parody of the song. Needless to say, you can imagine what I changed the song to, and also needless to say, I got detention. But man, kids today can take that type of creativity, and put it on YouTube and maybe become famous (probably not, but maybe). Or if they don't want to put that much work into it, most likely someone else already has!

This is a long round about way to say, someone took something I had to sit and watch with annoyance as a kid, and made it freakin' amazing! Someone with more talent than me, took the song "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" and turned it into a death metal anthem! Even better, they synced it up perfectly with the original Disney classic Mary Poppins! I've always wandered what it would sound like if a band, like Slipknot would cover "Wheels On The Bus", so this brings me great joy! Thanks to YouTuber Andy Rehfeldt, we now get to see this amazing work. Yes, it's a couple years old, but like the old saying, "If I haven't seen it, it's new to me." Maybe it's new to you too! Check the video out below: