CLEVELAND - “Call Me Maybe” is not just for the tween set. Grandma and grandpa are jumping on the pop song bandwagon.
National interest group for senior citizens, AARP, released its own viral video version of the Carly Rae Jepsen hit song.
It shows lots of children hanging out with their grandparents at the park, on roller coasters or driving around in the car, all lip-syncing to the catchy song.
The song is about a young romance, with a girl giving a guy her number in hopes that he will call her.
The AARP parody takes a different approach, instead urging grandchildren to call their grandparents sometime. It was released in anticipation of Grandparents Day, which is Sept. 9, the first Sunday after Labor Day.
The AARP version of “Call Me Maybe” can be watched below (If on mobile, go to this site: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mk6nMJAO1Uo )
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