Who would have ever thought that at 71-years-young you'd hear Arnold Schwarzenegger rap? Well, now you can! Kinda...

The Terminator has had a long and storied career that took him from bodybuilding and the titles of Mr. Universe and Mr. Olympia to the movie screen and eventually the governor's mansion in California. But did the native Austrian stop there? Nope! Now, he's rapping on a song with fellow Austrian Andreas Gabalier called Pump It Up - The Motivation Song. And yes, the song is weirdly motivating talking about dreams, hard work and not being afraid of failure.

While Arnold hasn't exactly mastered the English language since moving to the United States in the '60s and his rhymes might make Eminem cringe, the song is catchy. Plus, he uses his famous catchphrases, 'I'll be back' and 'Hasta la vista, baby' and that can't be bad... can it?

Okay, so he really speaks the words instead of rapping them, but check out these lyrics:

Break some rules, knock down wall, don't be afraid to fail / You have to think outside the box, I say no pain no gain. I don't want to hear it can't be done, give always something back / My name is Arnold Schwarzenegger.  I'll be back.

So what do you think? Did he nail it or is this a big fail?