Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street? Michael Jacksonerr, Adam Levine, sure can!

On Tuesday's Tonight Show, the Maroon 5 rocker and Jimmy Fallon tried their luck with the "Wheel of Musical Impressions," a game which randomly generates an artist (to impersonate) and song (to sing while doing so). Levine's challenges included, among others, trying to sing the the Sesame Street theme song while impersonating the vocal style of the late King of Pop—and while it wasn't easy, he did a pretty decent job!

Other winning combos from the musical impressions generator? Levine sang "Head, Shoulders , Knees & Toes" Frank Sinatra-style and "The Muffin Man" à la Eddie Vedder.

Fallon held his own in the game, too, imitating Bob Dylan while singing MAGIC!'s hit song "Rude," as well as doing an Iggy Azalea impersonation during a rendition of "Old McDonald Had a Farm."

Both fellas fared pretty well, but there was one point at which Fallon couldn't stifle a mid-song laugh. At another point, during one of Levine's impersonations, the late-night host provided vocals in an attempt to save the newlywed rocker when he forgot the song's lyrics!

Watch the clip above to see for yourself!

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