Finally a Metallica song you can share with the kids! The metal juggernauts recently joined Jimmy Fallon and The Roots on Fallon's The Tonight Show to play their classic anthem 'Enter Sandman' on kids' instruments.
It's a joyous, loose jam for rockers young and old and worth it just to see drummer Lars Ulrich crashing baby cymbals.
Metallica aren't the first ones to play in such a fashion on Fallon's Music Room segment. Adele, Meghan Trainor and even Sesame Street have also indulged in some child's play on the show.
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