Backstreet Boys read Top 10 list on 'Late Show'

June 27, 2013 at 7:05 PM   |   Comments

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NEW YORK, June 27 (UPI) -- The Backstreet Boys sang a Top 10 list on "Late Show with David Letterman" in New York this week.

The vocal group appeared on Wednesday's edition of the late-night chat show to sing the satirical "Backstreet Boys Lyrics." It went as follows --

10. Everybody/yeah/check your body/yeah/take a moment/after being out in the sticks/to check yourself for ticks.

9. I don't care who you are/what you've heard/what you did -- I have very low standards.

8. Show me the German who seized your monkey.

7. Sometimes I wish I could/know your thoughts by listening in on your phone calls/follow all your moves, online, each day/you should work for the NSA.

6. I hope that things work out for the Men's Wearhouse guy.

5. All you people can't ya see, can't ya see/Ford is the finest car company/Fiesta, Focus, Fusion/a Ford will treat you right/Ford: it's the ride of your life!

4. Believe me it's/no offense to you/I'm just not sure/what we're supposed to do/ let's wait on that activity to see if/what Michael Douglas said is true.

3. They were wrong/when they thought that Jimmy Hoffa/was buried/in concrete.

2. He was pushing 400 pounds/really hoped his weight would come down/his secret plan was a gastric band/so why's Chris Christie still big as a van?

1. Don't know why/it wasn't something we planned/every time/five guys create a boy band/who knows why/it always turns out this way: four straight and one gay.

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