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One-man bandstand. Two weeks ago, Daft Punk's latest single, "Get Lucky," featuring Pharrell Williams, exploded on the internet. For good reason: it's mighty catchy. But since then, appropriations and covers have proliferated in our newsfeeds like a head-bopping zombie contagion. One George Barnett's grabbed the lion's share of attention with his one-man rendition of the song, including vocals and instruments. As of this writing, it's nearly 1.3 million views strong. But if you're looking for something more mellow, there's always this Danish guy "getting lucky" on a flute.
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