'What Does the Fox Say?' Light Display Goes Viral

Thursday, Oct 24, 2013  |  Updated 4:57 PM EDT
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Chances are you've seen the viral video hit

Chances are you've seen the viral video hit "What Does the Fox Say?" Well, now a Halloween display at a Leesburg, Va., home is asking that very question.

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Chances are you've seen the viral video hit "What Does the Fox Say?"

Well, now a Halloween display at a Leesburg, Va., home is asking that very question.

The incredible light display -- powered by more than 8,500 lights -- is synced with the popular song by Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis.

While hearing "What Does the Fox Say?" over and over seems like it could get annoying for neighbors, don't worry. The display can only be heard when you tune your radio to 98.1 FM when you visit the Edwards Landing Community home.

The show runs on a continuous loop from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m.through Halloween.

This is not the first time the family has put together a musical display. They've done several light displays over the years.

As for that electricity bill, the family says it costs about $25 to $35 to run the display during the Halloween season.

See the full Halloween light show at this link.

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