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OK Go - "This Too Shall Pass" - Rube Goldberg Machine Video
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RF Cafe Videos for Engineers - OK Go, This Too Shall Pass Rube Goldberg VideoRF Cafe - OK Go, This Too Shall PassI have to admit to never having heard of this band, OK Go. They and a cast of many created a pretty amazing, giant size Rube Goldberg machine.

One of my favorite parts is the bowling ball being launched across a fairly large distance and hitting its target to continue the machine's repertoire of imaginative gizmos. The video is nearly 4 minutes long.

The song, "This Too Shall Pass," comes from their CD titled, "Of the Blue Colour of the Sky."


Here are the lyrics, in case you care. 

OK Go - This Too Shall Pass

You know you can't keep letting it get you down

And you can't keep dragging that dead weight around

Is it really all that much to lug around

Better run like hell when you hit the ground

When the morning comes

When the morning comes

Can't stop those kids from dancing

but why would you want to?

Especially when you are already getting good

'Cuz when your mind don't move then your knees don't bend

But don't go blaming the kids again

When the morning comes,

When the morning comes,

When the morning comes,

When the morning comes,

When the morning comes,

When the morning comes,

Let it go, This too shall pass

Let it go, This too shall pass

You know you can't keep letting it get you down,

No you can't keep letting it get you down

Oh Is it really all that much to lug around,

And you can't keep letting it get you down

When the morning comes

(Oh you can't keep letting it get you down,

No you can't keep letting it get you down)

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