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Video: 'Call Me Brady' scores big for North Andover student on You Tube

Posted by Obnoxious Boston Fan  May 17, 2012 08:53 PM

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Tom Brady has a new hair style, now he has a new theme song. Zack Murray, a self-proclaimed "average student" from North Andover, may have also one-upped the Harvard baseball team and SMU's women's crew team in the nuclear "Call Me Maybe" war that's raging on You Tube.

Murray, under the moniker "ToxicKlay," posted "Call Me Brady" Wednesday and it had more than 17,000 views in less than 24 hours, thanks in part to a tweet by @Patriots and posts on various blogs. According to "ToxicKlay's" You Tube entry, he wrote the song in about 90 minutes during MCAS class. He definitely gets an "A" for the lyrics but admits "I didn't spend a lot of time perfecting my voice."

The Wellesley College Tennis team also entered the fray, and posted this version of "Call Me Maybe" on You Tube, complete with a blooper reel at the end. Nice touch, there. They definitely score points for nicest bus.

Game, set and match on this. Are there any more out there? We're afraid to ask.

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