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Gnarles Barkley vs Violent Femmes - youtube mixing?

Gnarles Barkley covered the infamous Gone Daddy Gone by The Violent Femmes. They stayed true to the concept and it's a great version that hopefully leads to people listening to other great Viloent Femmes songs. I suffered a concussion while yelling out the lyrics of a Femmes song. I was on my skateboard and collided with my good friend who was doing a duet with me at the time.

Here is Gnarles,


and her are the Violent Femmes.


Does anyone know if I can mix 2 youtube videos? I tried starting the Gnarles at 0:02 of the Femmes but it's not working right. Maybe someone can show me the way.

Enjoy!

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