The Wheelchair Parody of 'All About That Bass' Is Better Than the Original

This catchy song just got even more awesome.

YouTuber Heather Schouten did a creative parody of Meghan Trainor’s popular song, “All About That Bass.” But this version is called, “All About That Chair.”

“Yeah it’s pretty clear, these legs don’t work no more, but I can roll it, roll it, swiftly across that floor,” Schouten sings in the video below. “I got that vroom vroom that all the boys chase, and all the right spokes in all the right places.”

Watch the whole thing to start your week off with a smile:

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