In case you don't know, Notre Dame has this weird tradition where freshman are required to do karaoke on the bus. As a person that enjoys watching people fail miserably at things that they are inherently bad at, this tradition, obviously, ranks as one of my favorites.
Let's break down Glazener's effort.
0:04: Nice glasses, Neo.
0:29: "Stage name: D.J. Glaze." I think I've heard of him before. Didn't he do the soundtrack for the latest HoneyBaked Ham Company commercial?
0:49: Honestly, this song actually makes sense without the backing beats. It's true poetry, making Keats look like a slob. I think Glazener is on to something here, and he may have opened a door to our collective consciousness that we never knew existed before.
0:57-1:00: I transcribed this part: "MAMAMAMAMAMAMAmamama MAMSAMAMAMmaama MAMAMAMAMmMmamamama Mmamamamamama!"
1:13: Honestly, the effort here is noble. Being tied to a post as a rifle squad lines up in front of you isn't an easy task, although I would like to see a little more rump shaking than elbow flaring. Use what your mother gave you, son.
2:05: NO YELLING ON THE BUS!
2:50: I'm rethinking Glazener's choice for monikers. It really should've been Eddy Goulet.