Please Enjoy This Video Of A Rubber Chicken Performing 'Canon In D'

What did we do to deserve this.

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The humble yellow and red rubber chicken is not unfamiliar to Malaysians

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These guys are everywhere: sold in toy shops and random pasar malam stalls while making appearances at political rallies for obvious reasons

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But the startled-looking, perpetually open-mouthed bird has talents apart from being an unconventional political mascot.

It's also capable of churning out sweet, sweet music – as demonstrated by the duo behind TwoSetViolin.

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The two-minute-long video posted on YouTube starts off with Eddy Chen, one half of the duo, squeezing the plastic fowl to Johann Pachelbel’s famous Canon In D while wearing a deadpan expression.

More layers are slowly added, creating a gradual crescendo in the brilliant rendition of a classical masterpiece

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And it happens.

The number peaks and we find ourselves in awe, almost spellbound by what could possibly be the most significant piece of music after Charlie Puth's See You Again.

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This comment sums up the entire experience:

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Watch and weep, ladies and gentlemen

Sadly, not all chickens are created equal. Just look at the humiliation these birds had to go through even in their poultry afterlives:

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