With the countless parodies, it’s looking an awful like “Blurred Lines” is this year’s “Call Me Maybe.” Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit landed at No. 2 on the Billboard Year-End chart, but if Robin Thicke’s streak continues, he could have the biggest song of 2013 when the publication does their year end tally.

The 36-year-old blue-eyed soul singer sits atop the Billboard Hot 100 for a seventh week. “Blurred Lines” is now officially the longest-running chart-topper of 2013. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ “Thrift Shop” previously held that title with six nonconsecutive weeks on top. Congrats to Thicke.

As mentioned previously, there have been numerous parodies using Thicke’s monster hit. From a mashup featuring his dad Alan Thicke’s 80s sitcom Growing Pains to a clip that just went viral featuring Bill Clinton reciting the song’s lyrics, practically everyone is jumping on the “Blurred Lines” bandwagon. Check out a few below.

Bill Clinton Singing Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke

The only thing missing from this is a quick shot of Monica Lewinsky ;)

Blurring Pains

Blurred Lines – Gender Swapping Parody

Blurred Lines as Cosby Show Theme