Tenacious D's hysterical new Abbey Road tribute is all for a good cause.

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Jack Black's NSFW New Beatles Cover Is Painfully Hilarious
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Jack Black and Kyle Gass — aka Tenacious D — are at it again, putting their unique comedy and musical spin on some classic material. And they’re aiming even higher than usual, tackling the famous Abbey Road Beatles medley “You Never Give Me Your Money” and “The End.” It’s an NSFW take that’s full of foul language and scatting drum and guitar solos. And if that’s not enough there’s an epic accompanying video that stuffs them into more gratuitous underwear shots that anyone would dare imagine and surely won’t soon forget. (Watch above!)

So, what’s the occasion for the song? It’s a fundraiser for Doctors without Borders. Tenacious D is releasing a limited-edition 7″ vinyl record, with all proceeds going to the charity. “Tenacious D are paying tribute to the greatest band in the world … not themselves… The Beatles!!!,” Black and Gass wrote in a statement. “In the spirit of healing the world…. please enjoy Tenacious D’s mashup of two classics from Abbey Road. All vinyl proceeds go to Doctors Without Borders.”Now, this cover of “You Never Give Me Your Money”/“The End” from The Beatles famous Abbey Road,won’t really be news to Tenacious D fans. They’ve performed this version countless times live in concert, always getting big laughs when they change the repeated “Love you” lyrics in “The End” to “Oh, sh-t.” And, of course, the guys often cover their favorite bands and solo performers, none more than the Beatles (“Blackbird” is another concert staple, while “And Your Bird Can Sing” pops up occasionally), but also Queen (“Flash”), The Who (“Pinball Wizard”), Michael Jackson (“Off the Wall”), Ozzy Osbourne (“Crazy Train”), and the themes from Star Trek, Land of the Lost, and Fat Albert.The “You Never Give Me Your Money”/“The End” single is available for pre-order now on the Tenacious D website, and it will ship in November. Buy it below!

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