Robin Thicke and Jimmy Fallon Perform "Blurred Lines" on Kids' Instruments

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On Thursday night's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the host, The Roots, and guest Robin Thicke performed the only version of "Blurred Lines" on kids' instruments that you'll ever want to hear. (Kids, please, please, please do not try this — or ever listen to "Blurred Lines" — at home.)

The result is twice as awesome — but at least half as adorable — as Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You" performance with Fallon in late 2013. Still, we're eating up the cover, regardless of how uncomfortable that xylophone likely feels being associated with words that rhyme with "hug me." (Though, even a kindergartener could tell you that "hug me" doesn't actually rhymes with anything remotely X-rated.) 

Turns out no matter who covers "Blurred Lines," Thicke's track continues to be the most infuriating and addicting song of the summer.  

At the very least, we're dying to know how Chicago's Rahm Emanuel would dance to this one. Watch Thicke's performance with Fallon below, and then hate yourself for playing it again!

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