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Gas station customers break into spontaneous song and dance as pump prices fall 5¢

Nashville, TN - According to reports across the nation, gas station customers are breaking into spontaneous song and dance numbers as gas prices fall five cents.

One gas station employee told reporters, "I don't know if it was a flash mob or what, but I had about 20 customers break into a choreographed musical number when they saw they had saved 50¢ at the pump."

Hundreds of similar reports have led scientists to begin investigating the phenomenon.

"We are watching very closely to see what happens if gas prices fall ten cents," said one researcher.

This is a developing story.

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