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By: Renee Grant

Remember that time Homer Simpson and his friends Barney, Apu, and Principal Skinner started a barbershop quartet, The Be-Sharps? The cartoon fab four enjoyed quite a bit of success with their hit song Baby on Board, which they performed on the rooftop of Moe’s Tavern, mimicking a famous real-life Beatles performance from 1968.

That well-known scene has been recreated in the real world with a large a capella group called The Ramparts Chamber Choir Dublin performing a send-up to the famous episode. The group performed their version atop the Green 19 Cafe in Dublin. Take a look at their version below and tell us… did they nail it?

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