Bob Dylan and Kesha are among an array of musicians who have teamed up to release a new six-song EP that honours the LGBTQ community.

Universal Love was unveiled Thursday, featuring the artists as they switch up the pronouns in numerous classic love songs.

Death Cab for Cutie’s Ben Gibbard, St. Vincent, Valerie June, and Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke all participated in the release, which was compiled by MGM Resorts International in Las Vegas as part of a new marketing initiative.

Dylan turned “She’s Funny That Way” into “He’s Funny That Way”, while Kesha reworked Janis Joplin’s “I Need a Man to Love Me” and turned it into “I Need a Woman to Love Me”.

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St. Vincent sang The Crystals’ “Then He Kissed Me”, which she reworked as “Then She Kissed Me”, while Okereke turned The Temptations’ “My Girl” into “My Guy”.

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June belted out the 1930s classic “Mad About the Boy”, with her turning the title into “Mad About the Girl”. Gibbard turned the Beatles’ “And I Love Her” to “And I Love Him”.

Phyllis James, MGM Resorts’ chief diversity and corporate social responsibility officer, spoke to the Associated Press about the project, insisting: “We believe projects like this will help all of us reach a point where seeing the world through the lens of people who happen to be different from us becomes natural and commonplace.”

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