[Photo on right by Izzy Humair]

We've heard many covers of Panic! At The Disco's infamous "I Write Sins Not Tragedies," but 17-year-old Izzy Humair set out to cover it in a way no one else has—using 25 kazoos.

Check out her creative cover below!

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Humair is a high school senior from Hong Kong, living in New York for the summer. After jamming out with a bunch of plastic instruments, Humair noticed on the kazoo package that they all stack up on each other. Curiousity got the best of her as she set out to see just how many she could stack together and if the sound would change. What came next was a 13 kazoo cover of "Mr Sandman" that Humair posted on Twitter because she thought it would sound funny.


After her "Mr Sandman" cover Humair increased the amount of kazoos to 25, this time giving her rendition of Panic! At The Disco's "I Write Sins Not Tragedies."


Her covers don't stop there. Here is her 20 kazoo cover of Owl City's "Fireflies."


She's even gone as far as to color-coordinate her kazoos. Check out her "8 kazoo hot red fire extreme" cover of "Closer" by the Chainsmokers.


While her goal may be to play 100 kazoos at once, Humair also states "I only have 26... I don't have money set aside for kazoos."

Have you come across any crazy covers of your favorite songs? Let us know in the comments below!

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