“All About That Bass” is so 2015.

11 days into 2016 – are people still keeping up with their New Year’s resolutions? Meghan Trainor and James Corden both know that the struggle is real y’all. The pair even joined forces to sing a parody of Meghan’s “All About That Bass” hit, retitled, “All About That Change”.

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Dressed in matching outfits (light blue tops with pink bows), Meghan and James sang about some of the most popular resolutions people try to reach: to lose weight, live healthier, and party less.

The 2 start off upbeat and optimistic but soon realise they weren’t serious about their goals after all. Here’s a sample of the lyrics:

Resolutions are worthless–we all know that’s why we’re here. I’ll be the same disappointment I’ve been for the past three years. Because you know we’re not about to change, ’bout to change, we’re quitting.

Watch the music video below:

Humorous and brutally honest, Meghan and James hit the nail on the head on many of our shortcomings. Thanks guys, for making us feel better about quitting.

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