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Shut Up And Dance! Great Compilation Of Movie Dances. How Many Have You Seen??

Movie compilation of dance moments (and a great song!

This a cappella version of “O Holy Night” will take your breath away | Rare

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Every Famous Dance Scene Combined To Create Greatest Music Video Ever

We Can Dance - Hollywood Movie Dance Tribute. Every Famous Dance Scene Combined To Create Greatest Music Video Ever

Love this song!

Justin Timberlake - Pusher Love Girl (Ellen - Live He's simply adorable. His classy style and that hot performance aura haha

Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass (Home Free a cappella cover) One of my favorite music videos of theirs :)

Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass (Home Free a cappella cover) I'm so pleased with them for doing this song, they know what they believe in and they aren't afraid to say it.

Do You Hear What I Hear? (Home Free) Growing up and hearing the words to "Do you hear what I hear?" every Christmas, I always thought of it as a simple song about the shepherds hearing the announcement of baby Jesus' birth and the wise men following the star to find Him and bring Him gifts, but this classic 20th century Christmas carol has a haunting backstory.  Written in 1962, the song by Noel and Gloria Regney came about in the midst of the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Do You Hear What I Hear? (Home Free) Growing up and hearing the words to "Do you…

Stunning Performance of ‘That’s Christmas to Me’ Will Knock Your Socks Off! | fascinately | fascinatingly shareable.

I love a cappella music and I love Christmas songs. So it's no wonder I share a lot of videos from Pentatonix with you. The a cappella super group is back with a new holiday ditty called "That's Christmas To Me." Watch and enjoy!

Lindsey Stirlng and Peter Hollens serve up an awesome medley of songs the we all know and love from the Star Wars movies for Geek Week.  #lindseystirling #starwars #peterhollens  #geekweek

Lindsey Stirlng and Peter Hollens serve up an awesome medley of songs the we all know and love from the Star Wars movies for Geek Week.

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