Now that you're in a post-Thanksgiving food coma, why not wash down your feast with a hefty dose of ironic '90s nostalgia, courtesy Alicia Keys and Jimmy Fallon?

The Grammy winner stopped by "Late Night" on Wednesday to promote her upcoming album "Girl on Fire," but while there, performed a track that wasn't found on her new LP: The theme song from the '90s Disney cartoon "Gummi Bears."

Keys transformed the high-energy jingle about the bears who are "bouncing here and there and everywhere" into a mournful ballad that probably wasn't what the creators had in mind. Check out the original song below to compare.


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