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Bill Clinton 'sings' big summer hit 'Blurred Lines'

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The 42nd President of the United States Bill Clinton speaks to the audience at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina, on September 5, 2012 on the second day of the Democratic National Convention (DNC). The DNC is expected to nominate US President Barack Obama to run for a second term as president on September 6th. AFP PHOTO Stan HONDASTAN HONDA/AFP/GettyImagesStan Honda / AFP - Getty Images file

When you blur the lines between fantasy and reality as well as the folks at baracksdubs, it's clear where former President Bill Clinton comes down in the song-of-the-summer battle.

By mixing Clinton's words over Robin Thicke's hit "Blurred Lines," baracksdubs has hit viral video gold once again. The YouTube channel describes the new creation as "the womanizer of womanizers" singing "the other song of the summer."

Parts of Clinton speeches are used to create such lyrical snippets as: "But you're a good girl / The way you grab me / Must wanna get nasty / Go ahead, get at me."

But the highlight might be when President Obama is briefly added to the mix at the :25 mark, singing part of Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" from a campaign event in New York in January 2012.

With 104 million views on YouTube, "Blurred Lines" has been a popular choice for video mash-ups all summer. The song was played over the top of re-imagined intros for "The Cosby Show" and "Full House." And Jimmy Kimmel got in on the act, among others.

Baracksdubs previously dubbed Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" the song of the summer, and mixed the president over yet another Pharrell Williams hit, below.