A video which makes fun of Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is to be released as a single to raise money for charity.
He had made a video to apologise for going along with the Government's decision to make university fees more expensive.
In the new video, Clegg's speech has been made into a music track where he keeps singing the word "sorry".
After the online video got thousands of views, Clegg joined in on the joke and gave his permission to be released.
He has requested all profits from the sales of the song be given to Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust.
He and his wife Miriam have close personal connections with the hospital.