Petitions are all the rage in these troubled times, whether it is millions asking for Hillary to be made President or a re-run of the EU referendum, we're all turning to them to express our political wishes.
And none have been more serious or urgent than the one that called for Outkast banger Hey Ya! to be made the national anthem of Australia.
But the surprising part isn't that people want a song with lyrics such as "Shake it, sh-shake it, Shake it, sh-shake it" to be their homeland's defining anthem, but that just four people have signed the petition.
Four people - and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull saw fit to respond to the petition saying in a letter: "The Australian National Anthem is widely accepted and popularly supported by a majority of Australians. The Australian Government has no plans to change the Anthem."
"Thank you for bringing this petition to my attention. I appreciate the important work of the Standing Committee on Petitions in putting community concerns before the Parliament."
It might look a little like a rejection template but it's still good to know the man at the top is addressing every request, no matter how ridiculous.
The calls came after someone
with way too much spare time kindly created this new anthem about living in Straya to the tune of the 2003 hit
With lyrics such as "What's cooler than a big cold beer? Ice cold" you can imagine why Turnball chose to stick with the more dignified current anthem, Advance Australia Fair.