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22 Minutes' Daft Punk Parody, 'Get Duffy,' Will Be In Your Head All Day (VIDEO)

WATCH: Tories 'Get Duffy'
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It looks like the Conservatives got Duffy, after all.

About an hour before senators voted Tuesday to suspendMike Duffy, Pamela Wallin and Patrick Brazeau from the upper chamber, "This Hour Has 22 Minutes" released a tribute to the controversial representative from P.E.I. who is now an enemy of Harper Conservatives.

"Get Duffy," a parody of a little Daft Punk song you may have heard a couple thousand times this summer, has the potential to be an even bigger hit than last week's epic Lorde spoof.

Just take a look at the sample lyrics.

"He's gone too far. He exposed who we are. So let’s say au revoir to our old superstar. We gathered up everyone at the party convention to find out what can be done. We've got to fight to get Duffy."

We here at HuffPost Canada Politics thank "22 Minutes" for finally — finally — getting "What does the Duff say?" out of our heads.

This Hour Has 22 Minutes airs on CBC TV Tuesday nights at 8:30 p.m. Catch more clips of the show on Facebook and Twitter.

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