Meghan Trainor and James Corden Are 'All About That Change' for the New Year – or Are They?

01/08/2016 AT 11:30 AM EST

It's Jan. 8 – is anyone actually still following their New Year's resolutions?

Meghan Trainor and James Corden had good intentions – but they've already ditched them to embrace their true selves.

The two joined up on Thursday's The Late Late Show to sing a parody of Trainor's hit song "All About That Bass," retitled, "All About That Change" for 2016.

Crooning that they're, "All about that change, 'bout that change, this New Year," Trainor and Corden rattled off the amendments they're making to live healthier.

"It's pretty clear I ain't no size 2," Corden, 37, sings. "But I just joined a gym like I'm supposed to do. Cause I got that boom boom walkin' up the staircases. And all the wrong junk in all the wrong places."

"After work I come home and I have a glass of wine," Trainor, 22, adds. "And when I say a glass. I really mean four or five. But I'm gonna cut back I swear to drink more water instead. Cause I can't afford to drunk dial another ex."

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But their resolutions quickly go awry, with Corden joking that he hasn't gone to the gym once, while Trainor's plan for a dry year is out the window.

"One week and I'm alright," she harmonizes. "There hasn't been a drink in sight."

"Nah just playin' I went out last night. And I'm here to tell you that orange juice is good – it's even better with champagne."

Because Trainor and Corden realize the truth about New Year's resolutions: they're often a waste of time.

"Resolutions are worthless, we all know that's why we're here."

"I'll be the same disappointment I've been for the past three years. Because you know we're not about to change, 'bout to change, we're quitting."

Happy 2016, everybody!
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