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It started simply with a camerashy young lady who wrote the lyrics of the Daft Punk smash hit on her fingers and let them be the stars of the video (as seen after the jump). But now two other young women have taken to writing the lyrics on their bodies.

And if that weren't enough they put boxes on their heads to appear to look like robots - something the dj's do themselves.

The results are wonderful. And just more proof that record labels DO NOT have to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on music videos - they just need to employ creative people and let them produce their work on YouTube and other avenues.

This video, for example, we could watch over and over and over.

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The original concept of the words being written on the fingers.