Canadian, of course.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9NF2edxy-M
I counted five, David. Maybe you drank too much Canadian beer?
BenDefinitely six.I think that one of them was on a bathroom break when you played the clip.Try again.Franco
I can't believe you posted this ... Thanks !I've been hearing this song on the radio for the last few weeks and its been really disturbing because the words are completely antithetical to the tune and beat of the song. I thought it was just some stupid pop song.watching them all play the guitar together puts them in a totally new light.
Darn - I counted the cameraman who wasn't playing the guitar but gently whistling Anne Murray's Snow Bird.Canadian beer would have had me quote 10. Exactly double.
"Darn - I counted the cameraman who wasn't playing the guitar but gently whistling Anne Murray's Snow Bird."That is disturbing, David.
My generation was greatly affected by Anne. You know, she still looks the same.
Hi Art - the original group is actually Gotye. This is actually a cover, brilliantly done. Check out some of the other cover's by Walk off the Earth.
"My generation was greatly affected by Anne."Yeah, and your generation never learned to count properly either. So repeat after me: ONE, TWO, THREE...:)
Edited by ben2world on 03/08/2012 19:23:30 MST.
Ben, I was 20% off. Blame it on the darn metric system.Next up - a clarinet played by 3 seals and an elephant.
" Blame it on the darn metric system."I hate it when people quote grams on this AMERICAN forum. What's wrong with ounces and fractions? :)
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