Robin Thicke and the Roots Toy with 'Blurred Lines'
Jimmy Fallon helps on playful version with kids' instruments

Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" has become one of this summer's hottest singles, and the singer visited Late Night With Jimmy Fallon this week to play his hit with an extra helping of fun. Thicke gave the saucy number an even more playful cast, performing the song with a some help from Fallon, the Roots and a collection of kids' instruments.

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Thicke cranked out his acrobatic falsetto on the title track to his latest album, while Fallon banged on a woodblock and sang along. Meanwhile, the Roots masterfully recreate the instrumentals on "Blurred Lines" with a xylophone, melodica, kazoo, a banana shaker and more. Too bad Pharrell wasn't in on the party.

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