One of the best parts of the holiday season is turning on your favorite, classic tunes.

The creators of Rebecca Black’s “Friday” have a new treat for you to add to your collection: “It’s Thanksgiving.”

The pop-heavy song features newcomer Nicole Westbrook, who sings about the turkey holiday.

We painstakingly listened to the tune and rounded up some of the lyrics:

Oh oh oh. Oh oh oh. Oh yeah.
Oh oh oh. Oh oh oh. Alright. Come on.
I’m wide awake. And I should take. A step and say thank you, thank you.
The things you’ve done. And what you did. Oh yeah. Oh, yeah.

December was Christmas. January was New Year. April was Easter. And the 4th of July, but November’s Thanksgiving.

Oh oh oh it’s Thanksgiving. We are gonna have a good time.
Oh oh oh it’s Thanksgiving. We are gonna have a good time.
With a turkey, mash potatoes, and we are gonna have a good time.

School is out, I can shout, thank you, thank you.
No matter how you do, no matter what you say, this is my favorite.

Yo. It’s Thankgiving giving and I’m trying to be forgiving.
Nothing is forbidden. You know what I gotta have.
I gotta give thanks to you, and you, and you.
Gotta be grateful, can’t be hateful.
Mash potatoes on my on my table.
I got ribs smelling up my neighbor’s cribs.

The song was created by Patrice Wilson who created “Friday” for Ark Music Factory. “It’s Thanksgiving” will be available on iTunes beginning Monday, November 12.

Obviously, this song will be just as hated as “Friday” was. But will it be a hit? Black’s song received tens of millions of views for its atrocious lyrics and general uselessness.

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