There’s a karaoke song out there for everyone; whether you want to showcase your singing talents—nonexistent or astounding ones—or do a duet with your significant other, you’ll be able to find the perfect track for you and your audience. In this article, we’ll give you the 101 best karaoke songs of all time.
1. I Want It That Way – Backstreet Boys
Look, any of the Backstreet Boys’ bigger hit tracks can slot in as an amazing karaoke song. I Want It That Way is probably one of the greatest choices you can make. Solo, duo, or group karaoke works for it, and you’ll be able to have everyone sing along with you to help hide your—probably—awful singing voice.
2. I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor
“At first I was afraid, I was petrified…” Man, this is just such a good song. I Will Survive is one of the most popular karaoke songs ever and something you should definitely have in your bag ready to go. It’s high energy and easy to deliver and gives you plenty of room to freestyle moves while you’re on stage.
3. I Wanna Dance With Somebody – Whitney Houston
One of the things that can make a karaoke song one of the best is finding a track with high energy and lyrics you can put some emotion into. This one is one of the best for any woman to pull out for karaoke night, a funny one for the men to do, and even one you can duet by alternating verses.
4. We Will Rock You – Queen
We Will Rock You is a great performance song when it comes to karaoke. You can get the whole crowd clapping and stomping along and involving your audience can make your performance stand out more than anything else. It’s also super helpful that you don’t have to have any crazy vocal abilities to pull this one off.
5. Man! I Feel Like a Woman – Shania Twain
Man or woman, this song is just so fun to sing. Shania Twain produced an absolute masterpiece with this track, and the female empowerment of it was so good it crosses over gender lines to make a banger of a karaoke song. Plus if you happen to be a large man who gets on stage to sing it, you’ll definitely get the crowd laughing and supporting you quickly.
6. Love Shack – The B-52’s
Love shack, baby. Hey, if you’re trying to find a track for a group to do you probably can’t find a better karaoke song than Love Shack by the B-52’s. It’s funky, doesn’t need any crazy notes to sound good, and you can get the whole party involved.
7. Since U Been Gone – Kelly Clarkson
Since U Been Gone is honestly a great karaoke song if you’re a bit shy. The verses are slow and fairly muted, so you’ll have time to get comfortable before the chorus explodes and requires any real energy from you. Plus, even if Kelly Clarkson is an amazing vocalist, this isn’t exactly a track that shows off that talent, a big bonus for us.
8. F*ck You – CeeLo Green
I’m gonna say, make sure it’s an adult karaoke party for this one. But, if you’re looking for a funny song or one to try to tell off your boss at the staff party, then you probably shouldn’t be looking any further than this track. You’ll probably even get away with it.
9. This Love – Maroon 5
This classic Maroon 5 track is one of the most popular karaoke songs. It’s got an easy delivery through the verses and the chorus and who can resist belting out the “Whoas” in the chorus?
10. Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey
The song known for getting the girls turnt, you can’t go wrong picking Don’t Stop Believin’ for karaoke night. It’s not an overly complicated track, and you can bet everyone at the party has heard it and will sing along with you. It can even sound pretty good if you suck at singing.
11. Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen
Make no mistake, it takes a massive vocal range to nail Bohemian Rhapsody. Thankfully, it’s an amazing song that just about everyone will sing along with so you should be able to hide your lackluster singing voice a bit that way.
12. Stand by Me – Ben E. King
Stand By Me is an absolute classic and an incredible karaoke song. It’s pretty simple overall so you can’t get lost following along with the lyrics. Adding a bit of sway to your step as you sing can really enhance the performance as well. You can even dedicate it to your sweetheart as a nice little gesture at the party.
13. You Give Love a Bad Name – Bon Jovi
The tell-off song from Bon Jovi is an excellent choice for karaoke. Full of emotion and a bit of bitterness that’ll let you spit vitriol toward anybody in the crowd you like, the track is a rock classic and should have most of your audience singing along with you.
14. Pour Some Sugar on Me – Def Leppard
There’s a reason Pour Some Sugar on me is included on all the Monsters Of Rock discs and featured on almost every karaoke machine. It just rocks, and this classic of the genre is sure to get your entire audience involved. Just look out for being too sticky and sweet as you go through it.
15. Killing Me Softly With His Song – Fugees
Killing Me Softly is a beautiful track with a pretty simple delivery all the way through. If you’re a singer at all, you can really shine when you’re performing this one, and you can even turn it into a duet or multipart song if you want to.
16. Purple Rain – Prince
If you’ve got a bit of a better voice than most karaoke singers, Purple Rain is a great way to show off. Not for the shy, the emotional vocal breaks and range in notes are perfect for showing off your skills on the mic, and paying tribute to the legendary Prince is never a bad way to go.
17. Call Me Maybe – Carley Rae Jepsen
Sometimes, the best karaoke songs are ones that are just super annoying and cheesy. Call Me Maybe fits neatly into that niche, serving as one of the biggest viral hits in history and something everyone will know and start laughing at as soon as you start up the track. Campy is a good word for it, but it barely does it justice.
18. Shallow – Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper
Sometimes, you just need a good duet at a karaoke party. There are a few on this list, but Shallow should rank near the top of those entries. It’s a really beautiful song, and the line deliveries are really short, making it easy to follow along with and sing.
19. Super Bass – Nicki Minaj
If you want your audience’s heartbeats to start running away, get on stage and karaoke the crap out of Super Bass. As far as rap songs go, it isn’t too difficult, and it’s got some really good rhymes and rhythms throughout it. It was also one of the most popular tracks of the year when it was released, so be sure that everyone will know what the next line is if you forget.
20. Friends in Low Places – Garth Brooks
I’m gonna be honest with you, Friends In Low Places is probably the greatest country karaoke song of all time. Every chorus will have the whole bar singing along and you can roar out just about every section of the track you want to while not worrying too much about how you sound.
21. These Boots are Made for Walkin’ – Nancy Sinatra
I feel like this song shouldn’t even need much of an introduction. Everyone knows that these boots are made for walking, and that’s just what they’re gonna do. Make sure you’ve got your walking shoes on for this one and enjoy.
22. You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ – The Righteous Brothers
Let’s take it back to the old school with You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling. More of a ballad than most of the list, it’s got some deeply emotional lines, perfect spots to showcase your own voice, and plenty of sections to get the crowd involved as your backup singers, especially in the chorus.
23. Rehab – Amy Winehouse
If they try to make you go to rehab, tell them no, no, no. Seriously though, Rehab is an infectious song with a slow delivery that’ll get your next karaoke party jumping. It’s a bit ironic as far as Amy Winehouse tracks go for obvious reasons, but that doesn’t change the fact that it works incredibly well as a karaoke song.
24. We Got The Beat – The Go-Go’s
We Got The Beat is an essential karaoke song if we’re honest about it. The uptempo beat forces you and the crowd to give off tons of energy, and you won’t find anything funnier than a big burly dude trying to match the pitches and keys of this one. It’s got some long instrumental sections for you to bust out your best dance moves too.
25. Survivor – Destiny’s Child
Karaoke is popular with a lot of people because it’s empowering to get on stage and sing in front of people. Survivor is a track that just goes hard, and Destiny’s Child ended up making a great karaoke song when they released it. If you’re an old fan of the group, this is a must-try.
26. Bring Me to Life – Evanescence
Look, we both know trying to keep up with Amy Lee’s amazing voice won’t happen, but that doesn’t change how much energy this song brings to the table. If you wanna rock the party and have a bit of a performer in you though, this is probably one of the best tracks you can sing on the karaoke. Just don’t strain your voice on those high notes.
27. Hooked On A Feeling – Blue Swede
Hooked On A Feeling is a hilarious classic with one of the best intros ever. You can showcase how wonderful your voice sounds as you go through it and get some backup singers on stage for the chorus, intros, and endings if you want as well. It’s a bop of a song when it comes to karaoke that you should definitely give a shot.
28. Total Eclipse of the Heart – Bonnie Tyler
As far as karaoke duets go, this one should be on your go-to list since you can split up the parts to make a fun little group. While it has a bit of a campy vibe thanks to being used in TV ads and memes in the years since it was released, it’s still a very pretty song. Realistically, this one works best if you can’t sing at all and just have fun with it.
29. Don’t Go Breaking My Heart – Elton John and Kiki Dee
Don’t Go Breaking My Heart is an adorable and catchy duet that works perfectly for a karaoke song. It’s an old-school love track that earned its place as a classic for good reason. You’ll be hard-pressed to find an easier and better karaoke song if we’re honest about it, and it’s super fun to perform, going back and forth with your significant other.
30. Before He Cheats – Carrie Underwood
I was among the younger men who loved belting out Carrie Underwood’s empowering songs years ago. Before He Cheats has all the attitude and sass you want from prime Carrie Underwood, and if you can get a group of guys on stage doing this one at a karaoke night, you’re in for a darn good time.
31. Girls Just Want to Have Fun – Cyndi Lauper
Is there a more iconic girl’s track than this one from Cyndi Lauper? It also happens to be a ridiculously popular karaoke song, and you can bet the crowd will back up your singing on this one.
32. Ice Ice Baby – Vanilla Ice
Vanilla Ice’s biggest hit is a track just about everyone has heard and an easy one to rap through on stage. It’s also reached cult kind of status and has a bit of a cheesy reputation among younger crowds, making it perfect to belt out as a karaoke song and get some laughs along the way.
33. (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party) – Beastie Boys
Sometimes, you need to pull out something a little grimier on karaoke night. That’s a fairly reasonable way to describe this one, and bringing some punk hip hop vibes to the stage is basically never a mistake. Don’t worry, no crazy difficult rap lines here, just scream them out and you’ll do fine.
34. Home – Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros
Home is a beautiful song about feeling at home no matter where you are as long as you’re with your significant other. It works great for karaoke as both a duet and a solo track, with choruses that are perfect for involving your audience in the song as well.
35. Bust a Move – Young MC
Bust it. It’s hard to find a truly better intro for a karaoke song, and this old-school hip hop track will be pretty easy to nail for modern-day rappers. It’s got a funky beat you and your audience will enjoy. It’s perfect for busting out dance moves as you rap through the song.
36. I Love Rock ‘N Roll – Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
I Love Rock ‘N Roll has been a staple of karaoke and arena music for years. It’s got the perfect mix of rock and punk, with choruses designed to get the audience singing along to help cover up a mediocre vocal performance—from you, not Joan Jett, she rocks.
37. Dancing Queen – ABBA
Oh ABBA, you blessed us with so many international hit tracks, but Dancing Queen has to be near the top of that list. It also makes for a wonderful karaoke song with its upbeat pop vibe, widespread notoriety, and ability to be done as either a solo track or in a fairly big group.
38. Respect – Aretha Franklin
Speaking of queens, how can we not put Aretha Franklin on this list? Respect has to be one of the most popular karaoke songs of all time. Whether or not you can match up to her vocal ability doesn’t matter. The only thing that matters is how amazing this track is and how good a karaoke performance you can put on with it.
39. Livin’ On A Prayer – Bon Jovi
Lemon on a pear? Eagle on a bear? Lizard in a chair? Despite the memes to come out of the slightly difficult-to-understand lyrics in the chorus of Livin’ On A Prayer, it should absolutely be in your karaoke repertoire. The chorus especially has been iconic since it was released, and whipping this one out will have the crowd halfway there to love seeing you on stage.
40. What’s Up – 4 Non Blondes
What’s Up might be one of the best karaoke songs ever for work functions. The vocal highs and lows are sure to get some laughs if your voice cracks and get you some kudos if you nail them. Overall, it’s just a classic track, especially when it comes to karaoke, and one that you should look for on the setlist.
41. It’s Raining Men – The Weather Girls
You know, Let The Bodies Hit The Floor and It’s Raining Men are the same song from different perspectives? But seriously, It’s Raining Men is a jazzy classic that will bless the ears of your audience and the karaoke machine you’re working with. One of the funniest karaoke songs you can choose, be sure to try it out on a night out.
42. …Baby One More Time – Britney Spears
Britney Spears has to be on this list. There are a few songs that could make an argument to get slotted in here, but we’re going with her most iconic one: … Baby One More Time. One of pop’s best tracks ever and an excellent choice for any karaoke party, you’ll have the audience asking you to hit them one more time.
43. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go – Wham!
A classic jitterbug opening and some hilariously campy lyrics are what hold this track up as an amazing karaoke song. While it was a big hit when it was released, it’s still something almost everyone has heard and will be sure to make a splash on karaoke night, especially if you can pull out some of the snap-step dance moves from the video.
44. Island in the Stream – Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers
It’s always a good time when Dolly Parton teams up with Kenny Rogers, but Islands In The Stream is truly something special. One of country history’s best duets, pull your lover on stage at your next karaoke night and bust this song out for some wild applause.
45. Baby Got Back – Sir Mix-A-Lot
This is another one I don’t think needs a ton of introduction. Everyone knows Baby Got Back, and this classic hip hop song is one of your best options to get everyone dancing on karaoke night.
46. Drunk In Love – Beyoncé Feat. Jay-Z
Karaoke duets aren’t reserved for just country music and classic ballads, there are some great hip hop ones out there too. Drunk In Love is probably the best song to scratch that itch on karaoke night for hip hop heads, and the simple delivery makes it easy to vibe to on stage.
47. Africa – Toto
Do you know why there are no vampires in Africa? Toto blessed the rains down there years ago, and the holy water melted them all. The song is universally regarded as a classic bop and one that will have everyone—instead of just you—singing along on karaoke night.
48. Good 4 U – Olivia Rodrigo
The track good 4 u is one of the more recently-released entries to this list, and the song you should break out at karaoke night if your ex happens to be around. It’s got a punk kind of attitude about it without straying too far away from its pop sensibilities and the up-and-down energy of the verses and chorus can help you ease into it.
49. You Belong With Me – Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift is another artist that had to find a slot on this list somewhere. Instead of going with one of her newer, biggest tracks, consider breaking out classic country Taylor Swift with this one. Like a lot of great karaoke songs, it starts slow and builds into the choruses, and the slightly awkward lyrics make it a fun time to sing.
50. All The Small Things – Blink-182
I’m still a firm believer that if you play this song at just about any bar in the US, you’ll end up with the whole bar singing along to the track. That alone makes it a great karaoke song and the perfect way to engage with your group when it’s your turn to take the stage.
51. Don’t Speak – No Doubt
Karaoke songs often rely on incredibly iconic choruses for their popularity, and Don’t Speak is one of those tracks. The emotion and volume ramp up to ten on the chorus, giving you an easy intro to get started in it before belting out the more intense parts.
52. If I Could Turn Back Time – Cher
Another thing that makes a song one of the best for karaoke is when you can whip out a classic from an incredible vocalist. If I Could Turn Back Time is your time to shine and more than worth whipping out on karaoke night.
53. Sweet Caroline – Neil Diamond
If you can find someone that doesn’t know this song, I will be shocked. The iconic “Sweet Caroline, buh buh buhhh” will ensure that you aren’t the only one singing along on karaoke night.
54. Let It Go – Idina Menzel
Parents beware, you’re likely sick to death of this song, and if you do a kid karaoke night, you’re probably gonna be hearing it quite a lot more. Let It Go from Frozen was a sensation, sweeping living rooms and karaoke nights for years to come.
55. Jessie’s Girl – Rick Springfield
Rick Springfield and Bruce Springsteen’s songs both have this kind of nostalgia factor to them that’s hard to really understand. A simple poppy rock track, Jessie’s Girl may come off as being super jealous, but that feeling gives it a bit of an edge that bolsters it as a karaoke song.
56. Sweet Child O’ Mine – Guns N’ Roses
For the rockers out there, it’s hard to go wrong with this Guns N’ Roses banger. Amazing intro and high-pitched vocal performances will get the crowd going.
57. Heart of Glass – Blondie
One of Blondie’s most iconic songs also makes for a great option on karaoke night, if you want to match the high pitch or get some laughs trying.
58. Roar – Katy Perry
As a modern-day queen of pop music, it’s hard to go wrong with Katy Perry. Roar lends itself more to karaoke than her other songs and deserves some attention here.
59. Someone Like You – Adele
Don’t kid yourself into thinking you have any chance of actually sounding like Adele with this song, but don’t let that fact stop you from singing this one on karaoke night. It’s a haunting track that will help change up the pace from all the pop songs that will likely be played that night.
60. Bye Bye Bye – *NSYNC
Another absolutely classic pop song, Bye, Bye, Bye lives on in the hearts of everyone who could listen to music in the early days of boy bands. If you want, you could also try the pop-punk version of the track that has a little more tempo and a little more edge to it.
61. Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of…) – Lou Bega
Hit it… 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of…) is a good time on a karaoke stage with its upbeat and funky beat. Just don’t expect a number six coming out soon.
62. Wrecking Ball – Miley Cyrus
Speaking of meme-able songs, go for it with Miley Cyrus’ Wrecking Ball. You can get laughs if you try or get people singing along with you.
63. Mr. Brightside – The Killers
Mr. Brightside isn’t going to be a song that thrills every crowd, but if you start it up with the right one there will be no doubt in your mind that you made the right choice. An iconic track of the punk, goth, and emo crowd, you’ll be glad to have this one in your bag.
64. Bad Romance – Lady Gaga
Any Lady Gaga song is going to be a good karaoke choice. Bad Romance is one of the most fun tracks in her catalog, and bonus points for guys getting up and singing it.
65. Suspicious Minds – Elvis Presley
When it comes to Elvis Presley, you have a lot of karaoke options. Suspicious Minds has the kind of wailing and yearning that gives extra emotion to your karaoke performance though and should be easy to find in the machine.
66. Drop It Like It’s Hot – Snoop Dogg Feat. Pharrell Williams
If you wanna do hip hop but you’re a bit shy, do this song. You can even do the simple windshield wiper dance while on stage to get some extra points on your performance.
67. Happy – Pharrell Williams
Happy is just an uplifting song that works just as well for karaoke night as it does for dancing down the sidewalk on your daily commute and will get everyone clapping along with your solo.
68. Like a Prayer – Madonna
A bouncy, fun song from Madonna is just what the doctor ordered for your next karaoke adventure. You can even shine as a vocalist with this one if you’ve got the chops for it.
69. A Thousand Miles – Vanessa Carlton
In the vein of Call Me Maybe but a bit less maligned, A Thousand Miles is one of those essential karaoke songs that just about everyone will already know and can sing along with.
70. Misery Business – Paramore
One of my all-time favorite songs and a banger no matter where you are, Misery Business will give a punk edge to your karaoke performance that’s hard to find in other tracks.
71. Jolene – Dolly Parton
Dolly Parton’s songs are some of the best karaoke country music, and Jolene is a classic of hers on the mic. Raw, emotional, and full of spiciness, it’ll get a great reaction with the country karaoke crowd.
72. Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
A classic song that is rightfully featured in Remember The Titans, Ain’t No Mountain High Enough will let everyone vibe together and grow a better sense of camaraderie.
73. Hey Ya! – Outkast
One of Outkast’s best tracks, Hey Ya! is full of energy and frankly pretty easy to follow along with. It makes it a great karaoke song if you want something a bit more fast-paced without being difficult.
74. Party in the U.S.A. – Miley Cyrus
If Wrecking Ball isn’t your style, give your best shot at singing Party In The U.S.A. A simple pop song like this one is something everyone will know and sing along with.
75. Closing Time – Semisonic
Here’s another great song to break out at work functions. Closing Time is a bit of a timeless track that works incredibly well when you finally get off the clock and have some time to relax.
76. Drops of Jupiter – Train
Drops Of Jupiter is a beautiful song, and it would be a shame to ruin it with a god-awful vocal performance. But… that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it anyway.
77. Teenage Dirtbag – Wheatus
Teenage angst is the daily special with this one. It’s got smooth verses that are easy to get through and a chorus to let you get the energy flowing, exactly what you want from a solid karaoke song choice.
78. Wannabe – Spice Girls
Can we do this list without one Spice Girls song? Nah, we can’t. Wannabe is an awesome track that’s just so darn catchy that it’s almost impossible to not sing along with, whether you’re the one singing it for karaoke night or someone else picks it up.
79. You’re The One That I Want – John Travolta And Olivia Newton-John
If you’ve ever seen Grease, you know this closing song is one of the best duets of all time. Pulling it up on a karaoke machine should be a no-brainer in all honesty.
80. No Scrubs – TLC
Want to show some bad b*tch attitude with some older tunes? Do karaoke with No Scrubs from TLC. It’s got all the attitude you want and works as both a solo song and for groups.
81. Work It – Missy Elliott
Anyone who went to a middle-school dance party is going to be familiar with this song. Plus you can get some cool points for giving a Missy Elliot track a shot.
82. Creep – Radiohead
83. Monster Mash – Bobby Pickett
Is your karaoke party near Halloween? Do Monster Mash, it’s on theme, super easy to sing, and has plenty of opportunities to stagger around and get some laughs.
84. Margaritaville – Jimmy Buffett
No karaoke night on the beach is complete without a bit of Jimmy Buffet. Margaritaville stays away from his depressing offerings and works great for middle-of-the-day drinking on the sand.
85. Lose Yourself – Eminem
Eminem fans rejoice, Lose Yourself is probably one of your best options if you want to do one karaoke with one of his songs. Even people who don’t listen to him know this one too.
86. Rolling in the Deep – Adele
Again, don’t expect to sound like Adele with this song. But, if you can remotely sing, it’ll make you stand out above everyone else doing karaoke that evening.
87. Tiny Dancer – Elton John
This one has been used quite a lot for dance and singing recitals, but its beauty and simplicity make it an ideal choice for doing some karaoke. That’s especially true if you’re trying to sound halfway decent without having the vocal range to take on some other songs. Shout out to older generations as well, they’ll love it.
88. Heartbreaker – Pat Benatar
Pat Benatar’s hard-rocking Heartbreaker is ideal for classic rock crowds doing karaoke. A little bit of edge gives this one a spot on the best karaoke songs of all time.
89. If It Makes You Happy – Sheryl Crow
Do you know what good karaoke songs need sometimes? Super short lines, uncomplicated vocal deliveries, and some nonsense lyrics. If it isn’t going to bring down the mood too much, this track should work.
90. Friend Like Me – Robin Williams
Disney tracks always make for great karaoke songs. Friend Like Me from Aladdin is your chance to show off your voice-acting skills and pay tribute to the late Robin Williams.
91. Piano Man – Billy Joel
Piano Man is a simple and classic Billy Joel song that not only gave him his nickname but became one of his best-known tracks. This is funny since he wrote it about his observations as a piano player in a hotel bar instead of any crazy life experiences. But that’s probably what made it relatable… it was real stuff.
92. Danger Zone – Kenny Loggins
You old Top Gun lovers will enjoy this one. Danger Zone has been used so much in sporting arenas and films that you won’t have any issue finding people to sing along with you.
93. Here I Go Again – Whitesnake
Don’t let the soft introduction fool anyone. Here I Go Again is a titan of classic rock and roll. If you’re nervous about getting up for karaoke, it’s also a good song to choose with how soft and easy the verses are. You can build as your courage does, just make sure you give it the energy it deserves in the chorus.
94. Hey Mickey – Toni Basil
This cheerleader-esque song is picking up on TikTok and karaoke bars. It’s a classic track that you’re going to enjoy singing as much as everyone will enjoy singing along.
95. Stacy’s Mom – Fountains of Wayne
Fountains Of Wayne ended up producing one of the most iconic songs of all time as they lusted after their girlfriend’s mom. It’s hilarious if you actually pay attention to the lyrics, and if you happen to like one of your ex’s mothers at a party, it might help get your foot in the door.
96. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
Here’s a perfect example of a country love track that works as an excellent karaoke song.
97. Unwritten – Natasha Bedingfield
One of the best-known choruses of all time has to find a spot on our list today.
98. Always Be My Baby – Mariah Carey
Forget her Christmas songs, do Always Be My Baby at your next karaoke night.
99. You Oughta Know – Alanis Morissette
One of the most-played songs of the 90s, if you’re in that age group you’re going to have a good time singing this one on the karaoke.
100. Truth Hurts – Lizzo
If you’re doing karaoke after a breakup or just need something empowering to sing, this one is gonna be a good bet to do for karaoke.
101. I Got You Babe – Sonny & Cher
Here’s another great duet to do karaoke with if you aren’t really on the country bandwagon.
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