In the canine version, “you’re a good girl” takes on a new meaning

By People Staff
Updated July 25, 2013 09:45 PM
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Since its debut, Robin Thicke’s summer anthem “Blurred Lines” has taken some serious heat due to its, um, hot nature. (Case in point: the uncensored music video was banned from YouTube because of its female nudity.)

But leave it to a group of dogs to really get the fur flying.

In The Pet Collective’s parody, titled “Furred Lines,” lyrics like “you’re a good girl” gain entirely new meaning. (Watch the full video below.)

Any animal lover who’s tried to train a four-legged friend will be able to sing along: “Give you a treat if you’re a good girl/Stay if you want it/Sit if you want it/Beg if you want it.”