Fleetwood Mac's Hit 'Dreams' Back On Billboard Charts After Random Tweet

The video above showing a dance troupe appearing to dance to Fleetwood Mac's 'Dreams,' has helped the song re-enter the Billboard charts more than 40 years after it was released.

In the video, 'Dreams' appears to be the backdrop of the video during a performance by the Alcorn Golden Girls, dancers from the Alcorn State University in Mississippi.  The Twitter post saying:

"Fleetwood Mac's music is so boring, you can't even dance to it," the tweeter wrote. "Me, an intellectual:" it continued, ahead of the post of the video.

Due to the popularity of this video, Fleetwood Mac's song 'Dreams' has hit the Billboard charts again and is not at number 14 on the Hot Rock Songs chart with 1.9 million streams after one tweet posted by user named @bottledfleet went viral.

It seems though that this wasn't the original video.  The original video was posted on the Golden Girls' Instagram page last month that showed them performing  as the marching band played 'Stay' by the 90's group Eternal according to the Washington Post Report and it looks as though @bottledfleet grabbed the video and overlayed the Fleetwood Mac song.

What do you think?  Can you dance to the song though?