Conan Is Performing 'The Simpsons' 'Monorail Song' Live, Let The 'Woo-hoos!' Begin

08/05/2014 04:12 pm ET | Updated Aug 05, 2014
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If you thought public transportation couldn't get any more exciting, hold on to your handrails.

Conan O'Brien has agreed to perform "The Monorail Song" from "The Simpsons" live.

O'Brien penned "Marge vs. the Monorail," a "Simpsons" classic, back before his "Late Night" days, and he has agreed to perform the episode's memorable song with the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl in September, according to BuzzFeed UK.

In addition to O'Brien's performance, "Simpsons" voice actors and Matt Groening will recreate memorable moments from the show and offer commentary.

O'Brien's famous episode centers on Springfield purchasing a monorail from a slick-talking salesman, with Marge being the only one who questions the transaction. The late Phil Hartman originally sang the signature song.

"The Simpsons Take the Bowl" takes place September 12-14 at the Hollywood Bowl.

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