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Kellie Rasberry’s Daughter Sings ‘Dumb Ways to Die’ [Listen]

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Kellie Rasberry caught her daughter Emma Kelly singing the song “Dumb Ways to Die.”

If you somehow haven’t heard of “Dumb Ways to Die,” it’s basically an app that tasks players to prevent jellybeans from dying in really stupid ways, including having their private parts eaten by piranhas. Ouch.

Oh, and there’s also this hugely popular YouTube video that has amassed over 82 million views since being uploaded in November 2012 that features the full song “Dumb Ways to Die.”

Check out Emma Kelly’s rendition of the morbidly catchy song below, and leave your favorite dumb way to die in the comment section below.

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