Jimmy Fallon And Fleetwood Mac Remind Us 'Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow' On Classroom Instruments

With some very special guests.

Few things make us smile quite like Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon performing hits from both the past and present using classroom instruments. He and The Roots have sung "Enter Sandman" with Metallica, "Shape of You" with Ed Sheeran, and "Hello" with Adele, all accompanied by such nostalgic music-makers as banana shakers, xylophones, and kazoos.

This week, Fallon threw it back to a real classic. He was joined by Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac to perform the 1977 hit "Don't Stop." But they weren't the only special guests. Fallon and The Roots were also joined by several kids from SeriousFun, a camp for kids with serious illnesses that was started by the late actor Paul Newman. They seemed to have a great time with the performance.

The instruments certainly have a summer camp feel to them — one kid even wears a washboard necktie. Meanwhile, it's hard not to feel a little bit brighter when you listen to the song's positive lyrics. As one YouTube commenter put it, "This is my new happy place. I loved it." Another added, "Jimmy seems so happy." And we don't blame him.



Check out the feel-good performance below: