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In New Girl season 3 episode 13, Nick makes a surprise birthday video for Jess. I want to know which soundtrack is playing in the background of the video. Thanks in advance.

The song in question is from the 17:40 mark in this video

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closed as off-topic by Andrew Martin, Ankit Sharma, default locale, wbogacz, Shevliaskovic Dec 9 '14 at 17:45

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This question appears to be off-topic because it is about identifying a piece of music. – CGCampbell Nov 26 '14 at 0:36
@CGCampbell: These aren't off topic as of yet. It's been discussed but not finalised. Pure music video questions are off topic. Questions about soundtrack are loosely on topic, and very much on topic if more reason can be provided as to why the soundtrack is being sought. – Andrew Martin Nov 26 '14 at 8:55
@CGCampbell: The community decides the rules, not one person. Look at the post I put up. I would agree with you that it's off topic and there certainly seems to be some support for it. But there's also a heck of a lot of questions that have been asked in the last two months (linked to in my question) which have remained open and been answered that are no more detailed than this. We need to be consistent in our approach - whether that's closing them all or opening them all. Do please share your views on the discussion, as the more participants the better. – Andrew Martin Nov 26 '14 at 18:13
@AndrewMartin I am allowed to comment and vote-to-close and down-vote. Whether I chose to do one, two, or all three of these things is my choice as a supporter with reputation. Even if there was an explicit decision that this question was on-topic... I can still do any or all of those things, with the reputation I have. Whether or not there are others who agree would be determined by useful comments, flags, up/down votes or additional v-t-c's. I did not break the rules by doing any or all of the things allowed me by my reputation. :) – CGCampbell Nov 26 '14 at 18:20
@CGCampbell: Of course you can. It just doesn't make a lot of sense on a community website like the Stack Exchange, where the community has all the power and decides what's on topic. Rather than fighting your battles, discuss them on meta, decide on what's on or off topic and go from there. You can vote and close any way you want, but it saves the hassle of voting to close questions that will always remain open as the community wants it so, or answering questions the community will always vote to close. Still, do as you like - those are just my thoughts. – Andrew Martin Nov 26 '14 at 18:23