Jimmy Fallon, Robin Thicke Play 'Blurred Lines' With Kids' Instruments (Video)

The Roots join in with a version of the hit played with shakers, xylophones and a Casio keyboard.
Jimmy Fallon, Robin Thicke and The Roots

There's a lot less sex appeal but just as much fun in Jimmy Fallon's version of Robin Thicke's provocative hit "Blurred Lines."

The R&B singer and Late Night house band The Roots grabbed xylophones, shakers and a Casio keyboard to re-create the song as if it were being performed by class of precocious elementary school students.

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Thicke's original song, featuring T.I. and Pharrell, has been criticized as being sexist, though Thicke dismissed the claims earlier this week.

"It's actually a feminist movement within itself. It's saying that women and men are equals as animals and as power," he said on NBC's Today. "It doesn't matter if you're a good girl or a bad girl; you can still have a good time."

Watch the video below.

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