With the greatest of made up holidays right around the corner, May the 4th Be With You, we take this time to honor fellow geeks and nerds with a look at ten of the best geek song parodies.

To check out the original song being parodied, just click on the link under each entry's title.

  • 'Tonight I'm Frakking You' by Break Originals

    Parody of 'Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)' by Enrique Iglesias

    For those not up on geek terminology, "frak" is a futuristic version of the f-word, introduced in the original 'Battlestar Galactica' and has since become a staple of geek language ever since.  And while "I'm Lovin' You" is the commonly heard version of this song, the non-radio friendly version makes for an easy swap for "frakkin".  The video also features a couple of geek icons, Amy Okuda from the internet series 'The Guild' and Kunal Nayyar from 'Big Bang Theory'.

  • 'The Saga Begins' by Weird Al

    Parody of 'American Pie' by Don McLean

    The king of the parody set his sights on the classic by Don McLean, this time recapping the entire plot of 'Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace'.  And most impressive is that Yankovic, not having access to the film, pieced together plot points for his song, accurately, through internet rumor boards.

  • 'Geek and Gamer Girls' by Team Unicorn

    Parody of 'California Gurls' by Katy Perry

    Team Unicorn's first song together, 'Geek and Gamer Girls', celebrates the much overlooked and under-appreciated sect in geekdom, the women.  The song and video were a hit, earning one million views within its first week online.  Team Unicorn continued working on short films and music videos, but unfortunately the group parted ways with Michelle Boyd (female Han Solo in the video and the prettiest one of the group) for undisclosed reasons and replaced her in new projects.

  • 'The Star Wars That I Used To Know' by Teddie Films

    Parody of 'Somebody I Used to Know' by Gotye

    Lampooning Gotye's signature song, Teddie Films' song laments the virtual loss of the Star Wars the fans used to know, the original theatrical cuts of the originals trilogy that George Lucas repeatedly altered and had refused to re-release.

  • 'White and Nerdy' by Weird Al

    Parody of 'Ridin' by Chamillionaire

    While artist reception to Weird Al parodies range from hated to loved, Chamillionaire's response to 'White and Nerdy' was off the charts.  Chamillionaire immediately posted the music video to his MySpace account, and praised Weird Al's rapping abilities.  Chamillionaire approached Yankovic on the red carpet after 'Ridin' won the Grammy for Best Rap Song, thanking him for making the parody, giving it his stamp of approval making it undeniable that it was the best rap song of the year.

  • 'I Kissed A Nerd' by Damsels of Dorkington

    Parody of 'I Kissed a Girl' by Katy Perry

    Katy Perry's controversial hit turned into an anthem about women giving the nerds a chance and liking what they find.  Sounds like great advice ladies.  GIVE NERDS A CHANCE!

  • 'Cosplay with My Heart' by College Humor

    Parody of 'Just the Way You Are' by Bruno Mars

    This Bruno Mars parody might be the hardest one of this list to believe, that a geek would get sick of a woman that hot being too much into cosplay.

  • 'All About That Base' by Team Unicorn

    Parody of 'All About That Bass' by Meghan Trainor

    Team Unicorn's most recent project, a parody of 'All About That Base', originated as a Star Wars internet meme parodying the chorus of the song.  This is also the first project with Team Unicorn to feature Alison Haislip, Michelle Boyd's replacement as the Blue Unicorn.

  • 'Moves Like Jabba' by Break Originals

    Parody of 'Moves Like Jagger' by Maroon 5

    When I first read there was a song called 'Moves Like Jabba', I thought it was a song about Honey Boo Boo's mother.  Simple mistake.

  • 'Hallows' by Andy with an M

    Parody of 'Halo' by Beyonce

    Using Beyonce as inspiration, Andy with an M (or Mandy) puts to song the pain Harry Potter fans were feeling with the then-upcoming final installment of the Harry Potter film series.