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Students at Maples Collegiate are out to prove they got a bit of soul in them, joining the viral video Lip Dub craze with their a capella rendition of The Killer's 2004 single All These Things That I've Done.
The project was led by the school's Lip Dub committee, who took four months to plan the shoot -- which included more than 1,600 students and 150 staff members decked out as zombies, scientists, dancers, actors, football players and famous musicians.
"It was a whole community endeavour," Maples Vice-Principal Manoj Nowrang said.
The video was filmed on Fri., March 22 and lasted three hours, Nowrang said.
University students across Canada have been helping to lead the fad as a project in school spirit and collaboration.
In 2011, Garden City Collegiate students made their own Lip Dub to Taio Cruz's song Dynamite.
And the University of Manitoba took on LMFAO in a Lip Dub they say was filmed in two hours: