You're not the only one who's been singing along with "Somebody That I Used to Know." YouTube's loaded with covers, and these are some of our favorites.
P.S. 22 - Everyone's favorite indie-band-covering Staten Island public school chorus even came up with hand gestures! The facial expressions in this one are priceless.
Ingrid Michaelson - Singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson stays pretty close to the original in her rendition for her Army of 3 sessions. The results: lovely. Wouldn't be surprised if several YouTube users think it's the original.
Walk off the Earth- Five musicians, one guitar, a whole lot of Kaki King-style percussion. This one is subtle and intimate, but it will haunt you. Or maybe it's just the dude in the middle staring right at you.
Viktor Cepeda - An acoustic pop take on the number that nearly 35,000 people have watched on YouTube. Audrey Scott, stepping into Kimbra's role, steals the show.
Netherlands Radio Choir - We weren't kidding when we said this song was a widespread international phenomenon. This Dutch chamber choir performance proves it.
Obligatory SpongeBob Dubstep Version - YouTube user MrTheFergg, who seems to make a lot of SpongeBob mashup YouTube videos, gives Gotye's single a little extra dose of WUBWUBWUBWUB. SpongeBass DropPants.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun