Ed Sheeran Covers 'Shape Of You' On Classroom Instruments With Jimmy Fallon & The Roots

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Just when you thought you couldn't love Ed Sheeran any more, he goes and proves you wrong with a cover of one of his own hits played on children's musical instruments.

Sheeran joined Jimmy Fallon and The Roots for an new installment of "Classroom Instruments" where the group played a flawless (and adorable) rendition of the English musician's recent single, "Shape of You."

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Sheeran rocked out with a banana-shaped percussion shaker, and was backed by a whole assortment of colorful xylophones, tambourines, mini-keyboards and other retro gems from the Tonight Show Music Room.

The stripped-down version allowed the singer to showcase his formidable vocal talent, while also proving that his catchy, romantic tunes can be just as poignant when played with an eclectic cadre of musical kids’ toys.

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For some of Fallon's other epic "Classroom Instrument" performances, check out the video below!