Sometimes (most of the time) some of us here at the 'drop are not huge fans of children. But occasionally the little Dickenses redeem themselves by doing something so awesomely sweet and good that even we have to clap them on their tiny backs and clasp our ovaries in adoration.

Like this video of students from P.S. 22 in New York, which shows you what happens when indie rockers grow up to become elementary music teachers – and features a bunch of cute-as-pie-and-not-at-all-annoying children sing Phoenix's hit track "Lisztomania."

Trust us, if you don't fall in love with this you're kind of dead inside. (And somebody please send this to Phoenix's Thomas Mars so these kids can open for them the next time they're in town!) Enjoy!




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