Rick Scott Apparently Spent Sunday With a Tambourine Pretending He Was in the Beatles

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Who says Gov. Rick Scott looks incredibly awkward in social situations? Probably anyone who's seen this video.

The governor apparently spent Sunday at the Golden Lion Cafe in Flagler Beach, playing tambourine and singing alongside State Sen. John Thrasher and an actual musician to reenact some tunes from Bruce Springsteen and the Beatles.

Thankfully, Golden Lion owner Carolyn Marlow decided to bust out the cell-phone camera of the governor jammin' and uploaded it to YouTube.

Here's the extremely shaky footage of the governor playing tambourine for the Beatles' "I Saw Her Standing There":

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