Clip of the Day: Flight of the Conchords Teams Up With Kids For Funny Charity Song

The proceeds of the quirky, adorable tune “Feel Inside (And Stuff Like That)” go to research on childhood diseases.

The best three minutes of your day: the comedy duo Flight of the Conchords interviewed young kids about how to help sick children, recorded their imaginative answers, and transformed them into an adorable song for charity.

The song, called “Feel Inside (And Stuff Like That),” features Flight of the Conchords’ Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement and fellow artists from New Zealand.

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Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement of Flight of the Conchords chat with young students in New Zealand. (Photo via YouTube)

The duo is trying to support Cure Kids, a New Zealand organization that funds medical research for diseases that affect children, such as childhood leukemia and cystic fibrosis.

To write the song, McKenzie and Clement talked to plenty of young children about what happens when they get sick and how they can help and fundraise for children who are ill. You can’t help but smile at the entertaining, “aww”-inducing answers, which range from “trapping robbers” to “donating tooth fairy money” to raise funds.

Give it a few listens and you’ll find the catchy tune stuck in your head all day. But at least it’s for a good cause: support Cure Kids by purchasing the full song on iTunes. And watch the lyric video too and see if you can match up the kids’ interviews with the entertaining verses.

What’s your favorite line from the song? Let us know in the comments.

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