YouTube Guide: Songs that repeat the word "baby"

In just one minute, Chad Neidt manages to cover 19 different songs with the word "baby" in the lyrics.

With more than 72 hours of footage uploaded every minute, it's physically impossible to keep track of the content on YouTube. But in YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.

1) Chad Neidt, "Songs That Repeat The Word 'Baby' - One Minute Mashup"

In the span of just one minute, Chad Neidt manages to cover 19 different songs with the word "baby" in the lyrics and say the word 30.5 times. Can we find a different cutesy name to put in songs from now on?

2) Screen Junkies, "Honest Trailers - Inception"

Screen Junkies really didn't want to do Inception, but the fans insisted. And as it turns out, the characters within the movie don't even know what's going on half the time in this version of The Matrix with creepy extras and unclear rules.

3) Official Comedy, "INCREDIBLE STEEL (Superman, Man of Steel & The Incredibles Trailer Recut)"

Combine Man of Steel with just about any other movie and it makes for an even better film. This time another superhero movie received the mashup treatment, and this time the Superman reboot is a family affair.

4) Eclectic Method, "Monsters"

We must really think that something's out to get us. Using clips from a plethora of disaster and science fiction films, Eclectic Method manages to put a remix on some of the most iconic monsters.

5) LAHWF, "Echoing People"

In their latest prank, the folks of LAHWF are wandering around Salt Lake in City Creek asking locals for directions, but they end up echoing everything the unsuspecting person says.

Photo via Chad Neidt/YouTube

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