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Global Rolling In the Deep mash-up

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Rolling in the Deep, the gigantic hit from Adele's second album, 21, has made her one of the world's highest earning musicians, and the song has proved to be a very popular cover indeed, with hundreds of thousands of versions uploaded to Youtube.

One enterprising Youtuber took the best clips and merged them into one spectacular mash-up, featuring singers from all over the world, young and old, male and female. It's a surpisingly moving tribute to the songwriting talents of that very clever lady, Adele. We defy you not to find your foot tapping as you watch this...

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