Close But No Cigar

Music Video: Close But No Cigar

Artisit: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:55

  • Copyright: "Weird Al" Yankovic

Music Video For Close But No Cigar By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Reviews For Close But No Cigar By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • cute kitty

    By Dilbo Baggins
    its funny when he eats the it or he shall eat ye as well........wait....where am i???
  • LOL

    By JackMangas
    Love the oringinal love this one more. Move over T.I.!!!
  • Catchy

    By Shua Ster
    I love this song it's almost serious enough to be put on radio, but just comical enough to be 100% "Weird Al". the video is crude but it compliments the song amazingly.
  • Good Song, bad Animation

    By Nick Vez
    The animation is over done, and just looks out of place. The guy who did this used to do Ren and Stimpy and that was hilarious. What happened to him?

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