This is Charles Barkley singing "My Way," the brilliant Paul Anka-penned standard made famous by Frank Sinatra as his career began to fade, and it's not bad.
And not just "not bad" coming in comparison to the time I nearly caused a fight at a NASCAR bar in Indiana by working my way through Ian Dury's "Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick" on their karaoke night a few years back (this actually happened), but "not bad" full stop.
Seriously, Charles might be a little flat throughout, but he makes it work. We tell you all the time to skip the videos we post here, but this is actually … well, it's still "not bad."
(You only have to listen once.)
"Charles couldn't have been more gracious and nice, he took every picture, signed every autograph and shook every hand," said Doug Wald of Riverhead. "He was quite cool and a lot of fun."
And he certainly bettered Sid Vicious' version. So does scurvy, by the way.
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