Remember Rebecca Black's "Friday"? The ridiculously meaningless song about the final day of the work week? Even with a complete lack of musical complexity or creativity, it became a viral hit just for the sheer badness of it. Well, Rebecca Black may have met her match.

Meet Alison Gold and her new song "Chinese Food". Which is about, you guessed it, her love of Chinese food.

With such thought provoking lyrics as, "I love Chinese food. You know that it's true. I love fried rice. I love noodles. I love chow mein, chow m-m-m-mein", this three and a half minute long masterpiece may give the greatest composers in history a run for their money.

Oh, and there's a good reason for the similarity - both are the brain child of the same writer/producer (and I use those words loosely).

But enough of me talking about it. Watch and listen for yourself: