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Listen To ‘Beauty and The Beast’ ROCKS! For Valentine’s Day
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Beauty And The Beast

We’ve featured TheHumanTim’s “ROCKS!” versions of various TV theme songs and other tunes, so for Valentine’s Day, we’re sharing with you his cover of the theme song for Disney’s animated feature Beauty and the Beast (one of my favorite Disney movies!).

While Tim’s rockin’ renditions are always entertaining, today’s installment has some special meaning to it: it contains a message about his co-worker’s 2-year-old niece, Jasmine, who has cancer. In the video, Tim is seen wearing a pink “Jasmine Strong” bracelet to encourage her and her family to keep on fighting. Visit jasminestrong.blogspot.com for information on how Jasmine’s situation and how you can help, including getting one of these pink bracelets.

Beauty And The Beast

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