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Christmas Carolers Singing Pop and Rock Songs

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We hate to admit it, but sometimes people outside of LA do some pretty sweet things.

While chatting with some of our friends we were turned on to the Yuletide Carolers of Portland, Oregon, who roamed the (sometimes unfriendly) streets of Oregon spreading good cheer in bars, outside gas stations, and in front of drug stores.

We have no idea why someone would get uptight passing these wannabe members of the Polyphonic Spree, but lets thank God that the haters live out of town.

After the jump some more vidoes of the kids singing today's sounds.

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Gnarls Barkley's "Crazy"

Rolling Stones' "You Can't Always Get What You Want"

Night Ranger's "Sister Christian"

Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love"

Madonna's "Borderline"

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