One More Minute

Music Video: One More Minute

Artisit: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:04

  • Copyright: "Weird Al" Yankovic

Music Video For One More Minute By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Reviews For One More Minute By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Funny The First Time You Hear It

    By rock/fam guy fan
    the stars are for the first few times you hear it, when it is wicked funny. But as time goes on, it begins to lose it's charm, and gets boring. But that's just my opinion. You may differ in opinion, and that's fine. but i reccomend it if you already have a good number of Al songs.
  • One of my favorite videos

    By Nelson91945
    I just love this video! Here's an ode to all the sad folks in the world who ever lost their true love. If this doesn't cheer you up, nothing will!
  • This song is great

    By Algae
    This isn't Al's funniest video, for sure, but the song is fantastic. Perfect song to listen to after a bad break-up. Hilarious.
  • F-U-N-N-Y!

    By perfectlyrandom891
    This song is SO funny, & I know who he wrote this song 4. My friend Amber's moms friend used 2 date weird al in the 80's. When she broke up with him, he wrote this song out of heartbreak. I feel so bad for him. Oh well. He's moved on.
  • cool song

    By Finkletonian
    this is a funny song and a good video. most likley worth it.
  • SOOO Funny

    By Клинтон Реки
    That was definitly one of your funniest songs Al. It's been over 22 years and still this music video is hilarious. Love the backup people
  • Not All Weird AL is the best or even good..

    By Adaption Rate
    I have to say this isn't worth a dime to me...i'm a fan of his too but this song and video are completely leaking in all for me...wasn't funny and just boring to your money for UHF or any other videos...this one will never be up to par next to the others

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