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Pharrell‘s infectious hit, “Happy,” from the soundtrack of the motion picture Despicable Me 2, has the whole world dancing around like a “room without a roof” and Rep. John Lewis couldn’t help but join in the fun.

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The 74-year-old Civil Rights icon was filmed getting his groove on to the Grammy and Oscar nominated tune and it made the entire internet happy.

Lewis smiles and says, “This is my song!” as he shows off his impressive moves. At the video’s conclusion, he says a triumphant, “Nothing can bring me down!”

We hear you, Rep. Lewis! Your powerful career is a testament to that statement.

It’s almost impossible not to smile and dance along to the video.

Watch it below:

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