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The Lorde Parody You Never Knew You Needed

University of Maryland a cappella group sings ‘Mohels’ instead of ‘Royals’

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Move over, Lorde (just kidding, please don’t go anywhere). The University of Maryland a capella group Kol Ish have their own take on the 17-year-old’s hit song “Royals.” It’s called “Mohels,” and as far as a cappella songs go, it’s a pretty serious response to the anti-circumcision movement. But it’s so. damn. catchy.

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The Lorde Parody You Never Knew You Needed

University of Maryland a cappella group sings ‘Mohels’ instead of ‘Royals’

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