Last week, the internet's best work was arguably the Goats Yelling Like Humans - Super Cut Compilation that racked up over 6 million views in a matter of days. This week, the worldwide web has taken it a step further, with a hilarious mash-up of said goats and Taylor Swift's #1 song in the country, "I Knew You Were Trouble."
Taylor Swift: 'I Knew You Were Trouble'
The one that popularised the goat edition. Taylor Swift herself recently tweeted the video to her 24 million followers.
Jay- Z feat. Kanye West: 'N***as In Paris' (contains strong language)
The rap tune gets the goat treatment, though unlike in most other videos, the animal yells are added somewhat elegantly as backing vocals.
Katy Perry: 'Firework'
The goat noises in place of the "oh"s in the chorus feel like such a natural fit.
Justin Bieber: 'Baby'
Another mash-up that sees the "oh"s replaced by the yells of a goat.
Maroon 5: 'She Will Be Loved'
Remember this Maroon 5 tune from 2004? The goat joins in when Adam Levine sings the title of the song.
Bon Jovi: 'Livin' on a Prayer'
The goat effortlessly pulls off the "whoa"s. "I swear that goat is totally in tune," quipped one YouTube commenter.
Carrie Underwood: 'Blown Away'
The country singer tweeted her approval of this goat edition of her recent ballad single 'Blown Away'. "Laughing so hard, I'm crying!" she posted. "I love these vids! Goats. Are. Awesome!"
Nicki Minaj: 'Starships'
Substitute "fly", "sky" and "high" with a goat's screams, and you get...
Skrillex: 'First of the Year'
Of course someone did a dubstep goat edition.
Psy: 'Gangnam Style'
Two worlds collide as the insanely popular 'Gangnam Style' is remixed with goat noises. Surely it's only a matter of time before someone has a proper crack at tackling DJ Baauer's 'Harlem Shake'?
What are your favorite goat editions? Do you love or despise this latest viral meme? Leave your comments below!