Seattle Karaoke Host Sings Garth Brooks' Song For 36 Hours The karaoke DJ was raising money for breast cancer awareness. He sang, over and over again, for 36 straight hours, Garth Brooks' "Friends in Low Places."
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Seattle Karaoke Host Sings Garth Brooks' Song For 36 Hours

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Seattle Karaoke Host Sings Garth Brooks' Song For 36 Hours

Seattle Karaoke Host Sings Garth Brooks' Song For 36 Hours

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The karaoke DJ was raising money for breast cancer awareness. He sang, over and over again, for 36 straight hours, Garth Brooks' "Friends in Low Places."

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. You know, when I'm at karaoke, I always hope someone will do Garth Brooks. I mean, I could listen to "Friends In Low Places" any time, even multiple times. A karaoke deejay in Seattle sang this over and over again...

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "FRIENDS IN LOW PLACES")

GARTH BROOKS: (Singing) 'Cause I got friends. I got friends. I got friends.

GREENE: ...For 36 straight hours with brief bathroom breaks. He was raising money for breast cancer awareness, being a good friend to his sister, who is a survivor. It's MORNING EDITION.

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