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Watch Chance the Rapper Take It to the 'Finish Line' on 'SNL'

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Chance the Rapper performs on Saturday Night Live on Dec. 17, 2016 in New York City.

Chance the Rapper returned to Saturday Night Live on Dec. 17 -- and he let fans call the shots on the songs he picked for his second turn as musical guest.

"I've been trying to perform EVERY song from Coloring Book on television once," he wrote. "I've done 5 so far. What do you want to see me do on #SNL?"

For the first performance, that was "Finish Line" with Noname (and his other co-star: a seriously amazing pair of red overalls).

After a five-second appearance as all three wise men in a Christmas sketch -- arguably the best five seconds of a pretty solid episode -- Chance turned out his second song: his Peter Pan-inspired tune "Same Drugs." Seated at the piano, accompanied by a chamber orchestra and backup singers, Chance closed the show with a killer performance.

If all we need is happy thoughts, Chance the Rapper delivered. Watch below.