By Simon Vozick-Levinson
Updated August 31, 2009 at 01:25 PM EDT
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The Lonely Island

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The Lonely Island’s Incredibad is truly the gift that keeps giving. Lo, six months since the album’s release, I still sing a verse from “Boombox” or “Dreamgirl” every now and again when I need a little LOL. Evidently I’m not the only one: Check out this viral clip of the Saturday Night Live comedy troupe’s classic “I’m on a Boat,” as interpreted by a group of actual U.S. Navy sailors, below (some NSFW language).

This might be even better than the college a cappella “I’m on a Boat” that I loved a couple months ago. I mean, the production values on this thing are through the roof. Just look at that nautical-themed pashmina afghan! So real. Also, this video appears to have been shot on the deck of the U.S.S. John Paul Jones. Maybe it’s just me, but something about performing this song on a real-life guided missile destroyer just takes it to another level. Wouldn’t you say?

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