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05/06/2014 10:09 am ET Updated May 06, 2014

PS 22 Choir Turns St. Vincent's 'Digital Witness' Into The Kookiest Lullaby

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St. Vincent's "Digital Witness" isn't really the uplifting, tender kind of song that Staten Island's famed PS 22 Choir often covers. As the second single from St. Vincent's self-titled album, "Digital Witness" features funky horns and Annie Clark's somewhat-terrifying lyrics about social media. "What's the point of even sleeping if I can't show it, if you cant see me?" she sings in the chorus.

But PS 22 Choir, the famed elementary school chorus from Staten Island that brought us the best cover of A Great Big World's "Say Something," produced a new take on "Digital Witness." With young voices and pianos in the background, their version almost sounds like a lullaby, albeit one about tossing televisions out of windows. Still, it's beautiful.

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