Robin Thicke and Jimmy Fallon Play 'Blurred Lines' Using Classroom Instruments

08/02/2013 at 04:30 PM EDT



"Blurred Lines" is the song of the summer, and Robin Thicke's sexy video has been parodied by everyone from Jimmy Kimmel to a pack of dogs. Thursday, the singer took his hit in a new direction when he teamed with Jimmy Fallon and the Roots on Late Night.

They performed it using classroom instruments – and it was awesome. With new dad Fallon, 38, on a wooden block and Casio keyboard and Thicke, 36, on spoons, the group rocked it out. The Roots accompanied the pair on kids' noisemakers including a kazoo, xylophone, recorder, maracas, ukulele and cowbell.

After watching the video, there's only one thing to say: More cowbell!

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