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Steven Tyler Sings Aerosmith Hit With A Street Performer

01/07/2016
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(Radio.com) At this very moment, all over the world, there are buskers covering classic songs on street corners. But it's somewhat rare for the original singers of those songs to join in.

However, that one in a billion occurrence recently happened to some guy singing Aerosmith's 1997 #1 hit, "I Don't Want To Miss a Thing"; in the video below Steven Tyler is watching the performance and then joins the singer on the mic.

At first, it looks as if the singer is unsure who has just joined him. And then he looks surprised as Tyler messes up the lyrics - it's supposed to be "I don't want to close my eyes, I don't want to fall asleep," but Tyler sang "I don't want to fall asleep, I don't want to fade away." Watch it here.

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