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Comment count is 15
GeneralJameson - 2010-01-08

John Tesh makes Yanni look like Malcolm X.

Enjoy - 2010-01-08

I want that song at my funeral when they bring the casket in.

moldprince - 2010-01-08

These are for you.

Get the announcer from NBA Jam to do your eulogy, and you've got yourself a recipe for best funeral ever.

Raggamuffin - 2010-01-08


Plus "Free Credit Report Dot Com" guy for the violin solo?

KnowFuture - 2010-01-08

After watching him prior to the "music" parts I will always mentally refer to him as the Anti-Louis CK.

glendower - 2010-01-08

Perhaps this is the only style of music that would be allowed in Plato's Republic. Also, I think this might need a "fuck this gay earth" tag.

blackmetallic - 2010-01-08

"What Im thinking, for my on-stage wardrobe, is like what I wore to my wedding. But SANS JACKET! I know, I know, bleeding edge. Plus the free credit report violin player has to look like Sgt Pepper. HAS TO."

endlesschris - 2010-01-08

DUPE: http://poetv.com/video.php?vid=47527

Tried to downvote this in the hopper... apparently failed.

twinkieafternoon - 2010-01-08

To be fair, the tags for the other one are all different except for "John Tesh," and it was submitted from a different host site, so PoeTV didn't catch the url. Under different conditions, it would've been caught.

chumbucket - 2010-01-08

would have preferred dueling glockenspiel and kazoo at 2:50

pineapplejuicer - 2010-01-08


memedumpster - 2010-01-08

Five for somehow writing a song this energetic that still comes off boring as hell. They all look so excited to be playing it and I just don't understand.

Exegesis_Saves - 2010-01-08


twinkieafternoon - 2010-01-08

I get eager, thrilled shakes when I hear this, because it reminds of when, as a child, I would plop down to watch the Knicks and Sonics or Suns and Bulls every Sunday, eagerly waiting for this exact song to play after Bob Costas told the story of the match-up in dramatic tones.

I love this song, and I always will, and I pray NBC gets the rights to bring back the NBA to its sports lineup so we could see its possible revival.

In short, I already knew about this video from a long time ago. It ruled then; it rules now.

Hooper_X - 2010-04-10

Why would you pay money to see this live? I don't understand.

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