Leafs' misery captured in 'Say Something' parody

Maple Leafs fan Steven Ryan recently made a parody of the song "Say Something' to convey his misery over the current state of his favourite team.

Performer Steven Ryan ready to give up on his beloved team

Steve Ryan released a video in which he sings about the misery of being a fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs. (YouTube)

Trade someone. Anyone.

That is just one of the pleas gently crooned by performer Steven Ryan in a recent video that cries out for his favourite hockey team to put an end to the pain he is feeling as a fan.

Ryan's track, "Do Something," delivers a clear message that he is ready to give up on the Toronto Maple Leafs unless someone with the team makes an effort to turn things around.

His track is a parody of "Say Something" by A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera.

Ryan's words and sombre tone capture how many fans are probably feeling with the Leafs mired in a 10-game slump and plummeting to the bottom of the standings.


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