I'm calling it right now: the best songs of 2020 will be from the Tiger King "unofficial soundtrack."

Joe Exotic's best hits "I Saw a Tiger" and "Here Kitty Kitty" are both streaming in the millions on YouTube. It's no surprise that the recently-released Netflix original documentary Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness helped boost the views and there's a reason why these songs are doing so well.

Now before you jump on my back and batter me with the whole "He didn't even write those songs! He lip-synced!" – I'm well aware, and I'll respond to that debate with two words: Milli Vanilli.

We all enjoyed "Blame It on the Rain" and "Girl You Know It's True" regardless if they were stripped of their Grammys, even years later. I see no difference with Mr. Exotic.

You want my honest opinion? Not only can I not get enough of this trainwreck of a show, but I find myself getting Exotic's songs stuck in my head for hours on end.

They are both very – umm – unique. Yeah, I believe that's the word I'm looking for.

My question to you, the viewers and fans of this documentary, is which one is your favorite? I'm pretty much 50-50 right now between the two and can't decide a favored one over the other.

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Let's put it this way, not only is it the number one show on Netflix, but the documentary even caught the attention of the judicial system, which recently reopened the missing person case of Don Lewis who went missing in 1991 and was finally pronounced dead in 2002.

That's what I call powerful media.

#HereKittyKitty #ISawATiger