Bizarre bluegrass performance of Super Mario Bros. theme song

Nothing that makes us feel like kids again and has us itching to touch our joysticks more than hearing that old Super Mario Brothers theme song. Suddenly we're back in the basement and jumping for gold coins once more. When that song is performed by the bluegrass band the Cleverlys, though, we feel a bit weird. But in a GOOD way.

The Cleverlys—a trio known for its unusual bluegrass interpretations of songs like "I Wanna Be a Billionaire" and "I Kissed a Girl"—performed their strange version of Super Mario thanks to Maxim magazine.

And we're sure glad they did.

We're coming for you, Princess Peach!

(via The Daily What)

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