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7 Hilarious Vines Where Rock 'n' Roll Legends Play Your Favorite 90's Jams

Every morning there's a halo hanging from the corner of Sir Paul McCartney's bed.

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Children of the 90's, you know that whenever a Blues Traveler or Third Eye Blind song comes on at the club, you're all like:

They're classics that are on par with The Beatles and Stevie Wonder. Right?

Well, here are some vines that totally agree with you, and the result is hilarious.

Mike DiCenzo, a writer for Jimmy Fallon, is the genius behind the idea.

Sir Paul McCartney Plays Train's "Drops of Jupiter"

"One of Sir Paul McCartney's greatest performances."

Jimi Hendrix Plays Sugar Ray's "Every Morning"

"One of Jimi Hendrix's best guitar solos."

Bob Dylan Plays Blues Traveler's "Run-Around"

"Never-before-released footage of Bob Dylan, 1964."

Stevie Wonder Plays Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles."

"Classic Stevie Wonder performance."

Led Zeppelin Plays Sugar Ray's "Fly"

"Classic Led Zeppelin footage from 1969."

The Beatles Play Spin Doctors' "Two Princes"

"The Beatles' final rooftop concert. #90sBeatles"

The Who Plays Third Eye Blind's "Semi-Charmed Life"

"The Who playing one of their classics. #90sWho"

Classics for all generations.

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