Do I Creep You Out

Music Video: Do I Creep You Out

Artisit: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 2:46

  • Copyright: "Weird Al" Yankovic

Music Video For Do I Creep You Out By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Reviews For Do I Creep You Out By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

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    It's called "do I creep you out" for a reason. Still funny. Sorta, kinda, whatever, it's weird al !!!
  • Classic Weird Al

    By Gamesman
    I love how they used Craig Feruson from the Late Late Show (a self-described "creepy old guy") as the main character!
  • Weird Al Rules!!

    By Sosuke Aizen
    This is a hilarious song!!! It's a great video, and you should also see CNR!
  • Lol!! :D

    By MADKC4Ever
    Hillarious video!! Disturbing at times, but that's half the fun!! Love it! Buy it!!
  • Do I Creep You Out...Weird Al

    By PastorKat2011
    So many of us fell in love with Taylor Hicks during American Idol, but what a disappointment he turned out to be. Wouldn't cooperate with his recording label and every song had "Me" or "I" in it. Now about the only place I hear his song is in the grocery store over their PA system. Al's version is hysterical, as usual!! Love it!!!!

    By Shotgun Overbeck
    Look, don't listen to the bad reveiws. This video is better than their favorite bands & they're just jealous. BUY THIS NOW!
  • Not the best...

    By EbethSide
    I love weird al, but this was just lame. The song was OK but the vidio sucked.
  • just hilarious

    By coolperson456
    its just so funny and scary at the same time great job, W.A.
  • stupid

    By aaronbartusk
    I know Weird Al wouldn't make a dumb music video like this. JibJab made it and the only good video they've made was "In 2007"! 1 star.... bluch....
  • HA! HA! HA!

    By power trip
    This song is hillarious!

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