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March 16, 2010 9:04 PM

What's under Tim Urban's thumb?

Time for Tim Urban, who wanted to be an athlete growing up. He has a big family and his sisters used to pretend he was a doll. Um, yeah. Nothing else to say about that. He sings "Under My Thumb." He plays the acoustic guitar while a reggae track plays in the background. Yes, you read that correctly. Actually, the vocals aren't too bad. But the arrangement is just awful.

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