The Movember Song: Derick Watts & The Sunday Blues

THE MOVEMBER SONG: Another Happy Friday parody video

Movember has begun! Ready, set, grow! The boys who brought us Braai Day and the South African Car Guard Song have created another parody video to tickle our funny bones. Here’s The Movember Song by the sickeningly talented Derick Watts and the Sunday Blues!

The Movember Song – Derick Watts & The Sunday Blues
(Carly Rae Jepsen – “Call Me Maybe” Parody)

Some splurb from YouTube:

The band have created this video to help further the real purpose of Movember: educating men & raising awareness about prostate & testicular cancer, helping them to take control of their health whilst raising much-needed funds for the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA).

“We wanted to show our support for the Movember cause, which we have supported privately for quite a few years now,” said Derick Watts member, Gareth Allison. “Not everyone seems to realise that there is a real meaning behind this month of magnificent “snors”, and we just wanted to help contribute this year in the best way we know how – comedy!”

To find out how to get involved this Movember (either by growing some face-grass of your own or by donating), visit

Some splurb from the Derick Watts website:

Movember SongTo help spread the word, Derick Watts & The Sunday Blues have created an official group on the Movember website, where anyone can join and show their support and solidarity for this cause. Members of this group can donate to Movember through the group itself, as well as encourage their friends and colleagues to grow a manly, hairy, glorious moustache for a worthwhile reason.

Ladies, there’s no need to feel excluded: you’re also welcome! Women can also join the group and become a “Mo Sista” and show their support for their hairy compatriots. You can find out more about Mo Sistas here.

More from Derick Watts & the Sunday Blues:

  • The Car Guard Song
  • Braaiday – Rebecca Black “Friday” Parody


Galen (name), meaning: "Curious One". A lover of language, human ingenuity and the forces of the universe. Hugely drawn towards the mysterious and unknown. Regular laughter and escapism essential.

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