This is probably like me plucking the banjo and singing "Yellow Rose of Texas" at age 6. Fortunately, we didn't have a video camera! (Are you having Zoralee watch this over and over so she memorizes it and learns this skill too?)
EGAD.I'd like to hear what she sounds like without backup, I would.
I was giggling too much to care what Zoralee thought of this one, Mom. What I thought better of that she could learn is yodeling. That'd be good and random. And I'd pay, I don't know, lots of money to see you on video as a 6 year old, especially performing anything at all.Well, Rachel, I was wondering why they cut out the girl that started off in the picture playing guitar. She was cute too. Come on.
There's something a bit eery about that video. Don't know what it is...
Yes, eery is a good word for it. Like, she would be the little gal in a horror film that, out of no where, weilds a giant chain-saw and fires it up, laughing all the while, and walking towards the camera....Maybe I've taken it too far.
Just awful - worst thing I have seen today . . . . jeepers . . . .
Well, Rachel, you may have taken it ever so slightly too far, but not much! :)
Is it that bad, folks? Gosh, I can't watch it without laughing out loud. I am entranced by the shape of this girl's lips while she's singing. She makes them into an oval that is, I dunno, so classic for the time period. That, and her phrasing. All as such a youngster! It really cracks me up. She'd be much too polite and obedient to turn on you with a chainsaw, I think.
Have you seen SNL's sketch with Kristin Wig on the Lawrence Welk Show? Oh man, if not you must because this girl is the child version.
Lori, it's the polite people that totally freak out and weild chainsaws, see. Duh! That's what would make it such a great horror film. Here she is, singing diligently and making little "o" shapes with her mouth, until one day, she's had enough of it. But really, yes, I suppose that on SOME innocent level (considering the time period) it is hilarious.
Wow.I didn't understand a single word she sang, except for "I."Old and inaudible... and southern=Creepy.That is my professional and personal opinion.
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