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Backstreet Boys Parody Their Own Songs On Letterman [Video]

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The Backstreet Boys stopped by The Late Show With David Letterman this week to help the talk show host with his top 10 segment.

The subject? Top 10 Backstreet Boy Lyrics, of course.

The Backstreet Boys have seen some huge success over the years. They’ve sold over 130 million albums and recently revived their act for a new tour.

In order to get their fans excited about new music, the Backstreet Boys revisited some of their classic songs on Letterman.

Of course, they didn’t exactly stick to the script.

The Backstreet Boys changed up the words to a few of their songs to create some terribly awesome lyrics.

The group sings: Everybody check your body. Take a moment after being out in the sticks. To check yourself for ticks.

And then: “I don’t care who you are, where you’re from, what you did, I have very low standards.”

The rest of the lyrics include Germans, monkeys, the NSA scandal, the Men’s Warehouse spokesperson, and how every boy band has a gay member.

Here’s the video from Letterman.

The Backstreet Boys made their debut nearly 20 years ago. They will be releasing their ninth studio album In A World Like This, on July 30.

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  1. Anonymous

    Letterman's top ten are normal boring and not funny but this top ten was entertaining.