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Play this for your friends, play this for your family. Play it for your office.

Just in case your head hasn’t been filled with the Game of Thrones theme song since season 4 debuted, here’s a version that enhances the arrangement with a chorus of yelling goats

Play this for your friends, play this for your family. Play it for your office, at top volume. It’s a surefire hit, a real laugher—like the time Arya and the Hound [redacted] [redacted] [redacted] and then [redacted] her bloody [redacted]. Just with goats.

Who do you thank for this masterpiece? YouTube wizard Marca Blanca, of course. But let’s not forget the inspiration for “Game of Goats”—a pitch-shifted cat meowing the theme song back in 2012. But cats are so out, and I’m thrilled the Westeros jams have made it to goat town.

H/T Laughing Squid

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