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Sp0ntanius Covers Skyward Sword's Ballad of the Goddess on Rubber Bands

ZI writes: "He's alive, folks! I thought I'd never see the day...

YouTuber Sp0ntanius has covered many songs from The Legend of Zelda on a variety of knick-knacks and household objects. From the Song of Healing on wine glasses, to Ballad of the Wind Fish on toys, to my personal favorite of Saria's Song on beer bottles, Sp0ntanius was a unique artist that garnered quite a fanbase. Was. Until he seemingly fell off the face of the planet and stopped making videos.

But now, two years later, Sp0ntanius has returned with a cover of Ballad of the Goddess from Skyward Sword on rubber bands. It's a ton of fun to watch, with some clever camera work as well." (Culture, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword)

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