Chance The Rapper Released His Cover Of The “Arthur” Theme Song And It’s More Amazing Than We Ever Imagined

It’s going to be a wonderful kind of day.

1. Everyone knows that, of all the wonderful things about beloved ’90s PBS Kids show Arthur, the theme music, originally written by Ziggy Marley, nears the top of the list.

“It’s a simple message, but it comes from the heart.” ~wipes tear~

2. Chance The Rapper, in a stroke of pure millennial genius, has been doing an awesome cover of the song on tour this year with his live band The Social Experiment.

3. Last night, he released a jazzy studio version of the cover featuring guest vocals from the likes of Jessie Ware, Wyclef Jean, Francis and the Lights and Elle Varner. It’s soaring and big-hearted and actually just restored our faith in humanity.

4. How have we lived without this song for so long? Thanks, Chance.

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