Disabled YouTuber makes Meghan Trainor wheelchair parody 'All About That Chair'

Teenager Heather Schouten's take includes the lyrics 'now my momma she told me don't worry about your spine'

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"Yeah it’s pretty clear, these legs don’t work no more, but I can roll it, roll it, swiftly across that floor," sings YouTuber Heather Schouten with her own uplifting take on Meghan Trainor’s hit, "All About That Bass."

Schouten, who is a disabled wheelchair user, adapted the lyrics of Trainor’s song to put a positive spin on her situation.

“All About That Chair” has attracted over 58,000 views and counting, with the youngster from Horseheads, New York, reminding us to always look on the bright side of life.

Complete with some backing vocals and humorous choreography provided by her friend Nia Williams, the video has received nearly 500 up-votes so far.

Her revamped lyrics include: "I'm no gold medal winning track running Olympic star, so if that's what you're into then go ahead and move along," and, "because I'm all about those wheels, about those wheels, no running".

Schouten, who jokes that she is “bringing sitting back,” has also produced a parody of "Let it Go" from the soundtrack of Disney’s Frozen, and is currently studying Choral Conducting at Houghton College, New York.

Meghan Trainor's single "All About That Bass" spent four weeks at number one in the UK top 40 earlier this year.

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