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'That's What Makes You Flexible': U.S. Women's Gymnastics Team Gets A Parody Song (VIDEO)

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From the makers of "Call Me Lochte," comes yet another viral video with an Olympic twist: "That's What Makes You Flexible."

On Tuesday, the U.S. women's gymnastics team dominated the team finals at the 2012 London Olympics, taking home the gold medal for Team USA. Now the Fab Five -- Jordyn Wieber, Aly Raisman, Gabby Douglas, Kyla Ross and McKayla Maroney -- are quickly becoming media darlings. With so much attention, it was only a matter of time before the Fab Five got their very own viral video. Thankfully, for once, "Call Me Maybe" was nowhere to be heard. One Direction fans, however, should be happy with this song selection.

"That's What Makes You Flexible" is yet another Olympics-inspired video to hit the web in recent weeks. The Team USA Olympic swim team released their own cover of Carly Rae Jepsen's No. 1 hit single, followed by NOC's hilarious parody that poked fun at Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps' rivalry. Now, the torch has been passed, and it's the Fab Five's time to rule the internet.

Here's just a sample of what you can expect from "That's What Makes You Flexible":

You're four-foot four

Look immature

And your parents are too crazy to igno-o-ore

You hit the floor

Get perfect scores

And you're small enough to fit inside a dra-a-awer



Everyone else in the gym can see it

You're good as gold it's true



Jordyn you light up the gym like nobody else

Aly when you chalk your hands I get overwhelmed

Gabby when you take the beam it ain't hard to tell



You don't kno-o-ow

You don't know you're flexible

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