08/10/2011 08:14 am ET Updated Oct 10, 2011

Conan O'Brien, Edward Sharpe Perform Radiohead's 'Creep' During Summer Concert Series (VIDEOS)

Conan O'Brien is a creep. OK, you already knew that, but Coco has fully embraced it the only way anyone can -- by singing the Radiohead song during his Summer Concert Series.

To fill some downtime before Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes were ready to perform, Conan put on his own show.

Laying on a thick British accent he sang out, "I'm a creep, I'm a weirdo," and then paused to laugh.

"Yeah. That's the part where I become a vampire," he said. Conan somehow devolves from vampire to singing in the voice of a chimney sweep, and that's when he really gets into it. Edward Sharpe joins in, too, for musical backing.

This isn't the first time Conan has busted out his rendition of "Creep." On his "Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour" in 2010, Conan sang the song in full on the tour's first stop in Eugene, Oregon.

But the Conan/Creep history goes back even further. Back in 1993, Conan had the band on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," as his very first musical guest. The band -- led by a Thom Yorke with long, bleached-blonde hair -- performed, you guessed it, "Creep."

"I really like these guys," Conan said at the time.

WATCH Conan sing "Creep":

WATCH Radiohead sing "Creep" on Conan:

Radiohead - Creep (Conan O'Brien 1993) from Guillermo Delicia on Vimeo.

WATCH Conan perform "Creep" on the "Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour":