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We all remember 2011's smash hit "Party Rock Anthem" by seminal songwriters LMFAO, but what many people don't know is that the song is written at 130 b.p.m. For those who aren't musically inclined, that means 130 beats per minute, a jaunty tempo that happens to be shared by many other upbeat songs. Just how many you ask? All of them, as Twitter quickly discovered in its newest, most beautiful meme.

For comparison's sake, here's the original:



To the surprise of many — and the enjoyment of all — it seems that mashing up the iconic dance from the "Party Rock" music video with the music from another song with the same tempo creates the most surreal/beautiful clips you've ever seen...



Twitter decided to produce roughly one million different versions of their newly beloved meme.




No, seriously, like a million.


The strange part is...they never get boring. You only grow to love the meme more with each new version!



The dance works with songs of all types!





Thanks to this meme, history will remember this as one of the best days of 2018 (and we're in need of some good days).


Talk about wholesome and pure!

H/T - Buzzfeed, Mashable

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