A crafty Fall Out Boy fan has put together something truly spectacular with the music note blocks in Minecraft playing the band's song "Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy."

Reddit user u/immortalsauce shared a clip of the song playing through the game and we can't even begin to imagine how long it took to put it together.

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In the comments on their post, they reveal it took between 16 and 20 hours to put the song together.

"It was more time consuming than difficult for me lol it helps to have my musical background. I found something online that said how many times to hit a note block to get which note and used the repeater to keep tempo. Used the notes from the guitar and bass of the song. And used my guitar to find the notes of the melody. Start with trying just a simple chorus of a song."

You can watch the clip below. I case you want to revisit the original, you can also listen to that below.

Grand Theft Autumn Full Song on Minecraft with note blocks. from r/FallOutBoy

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Elsewhere, fans of the band have used other games with their music in creative ways.

Earlier this month, guitar tech and tour manager Aaron Dimatulac posted a clip where he discovered a way you can play “Sugar, We’re Goin Down” in Animal Crossing.

The game allows you to set up a drum kit for your character while jamming the buttons fast enough reveals a nice little Fall Out Boy nod.

While it isn’t perfectly matched up to the song’s beat, it’s pretty darn close. The clip features the song over top of the beat towards the end to show you just how spot-on it really is.

What do you think of the Fall Out Boy track being recreated in Minecraft? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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