Yes. Watch Yoda sing, you should. Mmmm! Bad Lip Reading just posted three brilliant new "Star Wars" lip reading videos -- one for the original movie, "Episode IV: A New Hope," one for "The Empire Strikes Back," and another for "Return of the Jedi." Clearly, these early Christmas gifts were timed for the release of "Episode VII: The Force Awakens."

Warning: The videos may replace your memories of the original trilogy -- especially that "A New Hope" end song from Obi-Wan, the hip-hop song that ends "Empire," Luke's in-flight rap, Yoda's funky dance tune, and Jabba the Hutt's dirty little ditty.

Jack Black voices Darth Vader, who trades yo mama jokes with Obi-Wan when they cross lightsabers. Vader also uses his lightsaber for batting practice, only to be called "foul" by dog-walker Luke Skywalker, who really can't be trusted to know how to boil water. Maya Rudolph is Princess Leia and Bill Hader voices a couple of different people, including Uncle Owen and Boba Fett.

The best part of the whole thing is arguably Chewie's perfect high-pitched voice. Or it could be Jabba's little "ta-da!' when he appears. Or maybe it's Mon Mothma's blank-eyed announcement, "FYI, all you single guys, my emotional state really isn't the greatest."

Here are all three Bad Lip Readings:



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