Watch: Cat Power Releases Funny Or Die Video Performing Childhood Songs For Second Grade Classroom

December 14th, 2012
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As first reported by Consequence of Sound Cat Power makes light of her occasional on-stage meltdown in a new sketch for Funny or Die. The video was written and directed by Alex Fernie.

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After a classroom of 2nd graders is not receptive to Chan Marshall’s performances of “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” and “Old MacDonald had a Farm,” Marshall gets frustrated. Marshall’s meltdown gets to the point upon which a little girl notes, “This lady makes me sad.” Check out the video below:

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