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Super Mario Bros. Sheet Music, and Later, Fro-Yo!

On October 25th and 26th, Cassie's Frozen Yogurt in Grapevine is honoring the scrappy plummer's 25 years in the gaming world by offering up eight-bit gameplay and discounts for those who wear video game-esque costumes.

It's good timing, too, since the good folks at "The Internet," specifically Mariopiano, have done this effing genius thing and released sheet music from the 1985 main theme.

Make the jump for more sheet music, and check out Cassie's later this month if you want to get your ice-cream and video game fix.

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