Children’s hospital covers popular Taylor Swift song

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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia celebrated Child Life Month by making their own version of the popular song “Shake it Off” by Taylor Swift.

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The video features specialists, activity coordinators, music and art therapy teachers and patients to celebrate and spread the word for Child Life Month. Several other cover versions of the popular song have circulated on the internet, including a lip-syncing officer from Delaware.

The video was posted on their Facebook page on Thursday.

Click here to learn more about The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

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