‘Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back’: Yoda Sings of Seagulls In A New Bad Lip Reading Video

By Sammuel Larson, Parent Herald December 01, 11:20 am

Fans have always thought that Yoda of "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back" as the grandmaster Jedi who directed Luke Skywalker toward the ways of the Force. Fans will surely be entertained with a new video which introduces a new side of the grandmaster Jedi's and reveals his biggest fear.

A bad lip reading video features Yoda, the very disturbed Jedi grandmaster singing about how he was attacked by seagulls on the beach before a random hacky sack ended up hitting his neck. Radio Times claimed Yoda's bad lip reading video will qualify as the strangest and most awesome Yoda video fans have ever seen.

Nobody knew that "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back" true master of The Force was so damn scared of rats with wings. According to Gizmodo, fans will surely be entertained upon discovering the comic side of Yoda in a full-length Bad Lip Reading Star Wars track entitled "SEAGULLS! (Stop It Now)."

The bad lip reading video takes various scenes from "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back." The film recounts the story of Yoda who was simply trying enjoy the beach. The grandmaster Jedi's vacation was disturbed by seagulls who were picking at his face and knees.

Luke Skywalker was featured in the bad lip reading video too. The film starts out with Skywalker's bad day. He was whining about how he hated Brenda until he finally decides to tell Yoda how pitchy his song was. In response, the grandmaster Jedi warns Skywalker not to fall asleep tonight.

The film also includes the famous scene where Yoda, like a green backpack, attaches to Luke's back as they run for their lives. Bad lip reading fans may recognize that a shorter version of Yoda's seagull song from last year was mixed into the longer "Empire" video. Have you seen Yoda's new bad lip reading clip?

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