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Bon Jovi and Warren Buffett sing 'The Glory of Love'

Yes, you read that right. Below you will see a video of a couple of super-rich guys sitting around singing Big Bill Broonzy's "The Glory of Love."

Bon Jovi and Warren Buffett sing 'The Glory of Love'

Yes, you read that right. Below you will see a video of a couple of super-rich guys sitting around singing Big Bill Broonzy's "The Glory of Love." (Click here to hear the great bluesman sing it.) The Berkshire Hathaway big boss is on ukelele, the rock star and former Philadelphia Soul owner, who topped Forbes' 2011 list of most charitable celebrities, plays acoustic guitar.

The occasion was the Forbes 400 Summit on Philanthropy in New York last night. The stage patter about the groupies soon to come Buffet's way is pretty cute. The song seclection was apparently made by Buffet, who's a fan of Bette Midler's version.

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