Weird Al Yankovi is in the middle of a major re-boot of his career, but a new song has already been leaked that will definitely be the one that fans are most looking forward to.

“Weird Ed’s” new single, “No Goodbye,” will debut on Al’s forthcoming album, A Different World, on November 12th.

The song was created by The Chateau, and will feature Al in the lead.

The album was previously revealed as the subject of an episode of MTV’s “Risky Business” on November 7th, but fans weren’t happy with the outcome, as the song was dropped on November 15th.

Fans have since taken to the internet to voice their opinions, as many people have taken to YouTube to voice disapproval for the song.

“I think this is an important song for the album,” one person wrote.

“It’s one of the best songs from Al’s career, and the producers put it together very well, with his usual cool and confident voice.

But it is an odd song to be in, and it’s one that makes no sense to me.

What was really weird about it is that the title and the song title, both have a ‘weird’ feel to them,” another wrote.

Fans were also unhappy that the video for the new single didn’t feature Al at all.

“No goodbye is the new album title,” one viewer wrote.

Another added, “I don’t think it’s a bad song, but it seems to be a lot more weird than the one I saw at MTV.”

The album will be released on November 18th.

You can find out more about the new track on Al Yanks Instagram page.

You also have to wonder what this means for the future of the album.

Fans of the new record have been clamoring for the title track to feature Al for years now, and now fans have a chance to hear it before its released.

“A Different Worlds” is scheduled to release on November 24th, so it seems unlikely that the album will drop before then.

The release of the record is scheduled for the first week of December, so fans have plenty of time to listen to the new tune and hopefully get their hopes up for a release date.

We’ll be sure to keep you posted as more information becomes available.