This guy singin’ on Muni will ease your day

This guy is singing it like it is on a Muni train. Via Twitter user @Misterrose

This guy is singing it like it is on a Muni train. Via Twitter user @Misterrose

It’s the Thursday slump.

If you’re at work, you may be pining for Friday. If you’re not at work, it’s not warm enough to tan at Dolores Park –– luckily, this singin’ guy on Muni is here for us.

In the video, this unknown Muni rider (please give a shout joe@sfexaminer.com if you know him) sings the day away with a speaker, microphone and music on a Muni light rail vehicle.

Though we only just spotted the video, it was captured Saturday by a bartender at the Castro’s Moby Dick, who goes by the Twitter handle @Misterrose. We’ve reached out to him to ask more about the video, but we know this much:

That guy singin’ sure does look like he’s having a good time. Enjoy.

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