America can't stop, won't stop. There have been parodies of Adele's "Hello," memes of Adele's "Hello," and, now, there's a marching band cover of Adele's "Hello." The Southern University marching band, and the school's dancers, put together a routine to the hit song, showcasing that there's no form that the song can't take on. It's still perfect, whether it's performed with Adele's voice, or a dozen tubas.

And, as it seems, people just can't get enough of the song. The song sat at No. 1 on the Billboard chart for the fifth week in a row, and the album is faring even better — the first week of 25's release, fans of Adele picked up a whopping 3.48 million copies of the album. Even more impressive when you consider that Justin Bieber — who is at last riding positive press after the releases of hit tracks like "Sorry" and "What Do You Mean?" — sat far, far behind Adele the first week of his album Purpose, selling just 649,000 copies. (Which is still nothing to sniff at.)

But, still, "Hello" remains supreme — you'll hardly say goodbye to the hit song anytime soon, and this video just proves that fact. Enjoy!