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Description

Here's a karaoke version of "Goodbye Moonmen" from Rick and Morty. Like you'd see on a karaoke machine, with scrolling lyrics and all that.
From the episode 'Mortynight Run'.

The instrumental I've used here is one that was recreated from scratch by ShadyVox/Blake Swift. They made a cover and also shared the instrumental they made. You can find both of those things here:
https://shadyvox.bandcamp.com/album/goodbye-moonmen

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The font I used for the karaoke text comes is a copy of the credits font (Justin Roiland's handwriting) made by Morangatang on reddit. You can find it here:
https://www.reddit.com/r/rickandmorty/comments/6zr3n2/i_made_a_font_based_on_the_credits_justins



How I made this video ("Content Quality" notes):
This is a karaoke video I've made based on a song from Rick and Morty. I've put together an instrumental version of the song (either with high-effort editing, or a cover instrumental), and made a lyric video with prompts to help the viewer sing along with the backing music. Each one of these videos can take hours to make, depending on the duration of the song. I have styled the video so that it appears to be similar to the style of the show the music is from. There is a clip of the original media where the song comes from in the background, but it has been distorted to the degree that it is not watchable as an alternative to the original media. It is only included as a vague reminder of the general context of the song in question. This should be considered 'high quality editing' at the bare minimum.