Sam Hart | Mario Kart Love Song

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Mario Kart Love Song

by Sam Hart

A love song about the video game Mario Kart. The video reached over 1.5 million hits on YouTube.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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Sam Hart is a singer-songwriter known especially for his uniquely honest style.


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Mario Kart Love Song
A real masterpiece!!!

Andy Stanton

so sweet!
this is such a sweet song - recommended for everyone!


Really love it, super cute


love it!
this is so cute <3 I absolutely adore this song!

Melissa Pennington

Sam Hart is incredibly talented, I loved this song and only wish he would have more of his songs up for sale, totally worth the buy!!

L. Wong

I love this song; funny, sweet, catchy.


Thank God I stumbled across this
Because it's one of the best songs I've EVER heard! Sam Hart is a genius and I hope he has more material like this coming soon. :)

Matt Kava

Awesome. <3
Brought a tear to my eye, it was so lovely. Awesome work. I hope to hear some more from you in the future.
Found you due to Kotaku.

Jyn Miladins

Just Fantastic!
wow... seriously, it played my nerdy girl heart like a violin--err... guitar!


This song is amazing because it manages to be nerdy without becoming a joke. Sam has managed to marry a beautiful tune with lovely concepts that just happen to draw their imagery from a video game.

The people who talk about how this song could be even better if it were more serious or not about video games don't get it at all.

If someone can write a "serious" song that references a book, film, or painting, then the same can be done for a "serious" song that references a video game. Sam has done it. This is art.
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