Real life fighting is awkward! It's not like movie fighting.
— Funk singer
"Real Life Fighting is Awkward" is a musical performance by Chester Gregory. In this song it's explained that real life fighting between people is nothing like the choreographed fight scenes featured in films. The song was first heard in the Season Four episode "I Have To Get Out".
The song with lyrics
Funk Singer: Ooohhhooo, Ooohhhooo
Real life fighting is awkward It's not like movie fighting. Testosterone is rising but you're really just grappling and writhing.
Oh, real life fighting is awkward There are no cool sound effects. Punching doesn't sound like anything. You often hurt yourself more than you hurt the other guy.
Real life fighting is awkward, Yeah even if you know karate. You have to both agree to use karate. It can't just be one guy using karate. You gotta have some ground rules.
Its not like theater fighting. It's not graceful, there's not a lot of leaping You don't have the presence of mind to leap and there's no choreographer keeping things from looking awkward.
Again, real life fighting is awkward It's not like sci-fi fighting. You can't stop time momentarily. There are no futuristic weapons.
And, even if you had a real weapon, You'd be freaked out by the weapon. A weapon makes everything too real.
The singer of this song goes uncredited in the episode and is identified only as "Funk Singer." However on SoundCloud.com the artist Chester Gregory is named as the singer. The song was briefly up on the international iTunes page with the same credits but taken down for unknown reasons.