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Moves Like Jabba

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Thank you, once again, sweet internets. The latest moment of inspired YouTube greatness lies just a click away. Moves Like Jabba is a thorough mocking of Maroon 5's Billboard number 8 single Moves Like Jagger. It's much better than that...

Our favourite line? "Moves Like Jabba / He's got big boobs like Jabba"




Here's the "explicit", and soon to be lesser known, original from Maroon 5...

Images: Allstar/YouTube

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