Like a Surgeon

Music Video: Like a Surgeon

Artisit: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:06

  • Copyright: "Weird Al" Yankovic

Music Video For Like a Surgeon By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Reviews For Like a Surgeon By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Funny!

    5
    By Read the whole thing
    I'm sorry reviewer #17. It's okay.
  • Dr.

    5
    By 8793049273Nicky22
    I teach surgery and trauma courses and I use this in all my courses to add lighten up the atmosphere in a very tense course. They all love it.
  • Weird al is awesome

    5
    By The "C" Dawg
    This video is so funny, i recenty had a medical procedure and im glad weird al wasnt my docter
  • It won't let me by it on my iPod touch

    1
    By Colton Hodges
    No!!!!!!!!¡
  • Lol!!

    5
    By MADKC4Ever
    Weird al is so funny!! :D this video is hillarious!! If you have 2 bucks lieing around, this would be the perfect thing to spend it on! <3 LOVE it!
  • I liked this!!!

    4
    By december1995
    I think one reason I like this video was because I hate Madonna.But it was just soooooo funny!!!You should buy this video!!
  • LOL!

    5
    By Mak&cheez
    love weird al.
  • Love this song

    5
    By Kevin7557
    Like a Surgeon is a funny well written song and the video is even better. After solving a problem with a glitch in it, it came out way better and I love it. Jokes abound and entertaining to boot.
  • Weird Al is never not funny

    5
    By onemoreminutefan
    I never had cable growing up, so I really didn't get to watch many vids. By the time I had cable as an adult, MTV had stopped showing music videos. I was always a fan since the Dare to be Stupid album, and it is a thrill to have this and other WAY gems on my iPod because nobody took the spoof to a higher level -- an artform even -- equally with songs and videos, more than WAY, and I hope he keeps is going.
  • This video is HILARIOUS!

    5
    By Chris Levinson
    This is one of my favorite music videos by Weird Al. The main reasons that I like it are that I want to become a doctor and I think that it does a great job of parodying what a surgeon does.

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