Fans of One Direction and The Hunger Games, listen up!

Parody masters Twenty First Records have made the ultimate mashup you never knew you needed—One Direction's "Steal My Girl" mixed with blockbuster franchise The Hunger Games. The Mockingjay-inspired twist on the boy band's hit takes a darker turn with its new title, "Kill My Girl."

But don't worry, in case you're a little behind on your Hunger Games knowledge, the song gives a pretty in-depth synopsis of the love triangle among Katniss, Peeta and Gale.

"Katnip my queen / Since we were pre-teens / We hunt the same woods / We fish the same streams alright…"

"I love Katniss / But Peeta's with her / I snuck in a kiss / Our district did burn," the song continues.

The information-infused song even details the action-packed third installment. Spoiler alert if you haven't read the books or seen The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1 yet! The band behind the parodies have become quite familiar with the fictional world of Panem, as they have also poked fun at Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" with a new version called, "Reaping Ball."

Jennifer Lawrence, Hunger Games, One Direction, Mash-Up


Rihanna's "We Found Love" also found itself a victim at the hands of Twenty First Records, with the band recording a new version, "We Found Love (in The Hunger Games)."

Although Twenty First Records sing the vocals in its parodies, we think they could also use a little Jennifer Lawrence every so often, as it turns out she has a lovely voice, too! The Oscar winner lends her vocals in the latest installment of The Hunger Games franchise for a very important song called "The Hanging Tree."

No surprise here because the good-at-everything Katniss Everdeen is the Girl on Fire and the Mockingjay, so it makes sense that she could be the voice behind the most powerful song of the movie.

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