2-Year-Old Covers Classic Elvis Song Beautifully

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Who doesn’t already know the name of Elvis Presley? The ‘King’ of rock and roll has been a legend since he came out in the 1950s. His signature dance moves and flamboyant outfits have been popular since the day he took the stage. He has been an influence to many people over the past decades, even though he passed away some time ago.

The last person to have enjoyed his music is a 2-year-old boy! Steve Converse shared a video of his child, 2-year-old Daniel. The proud father and musician uploaded the video to Facebook after catching his son using a microphone for the very first time.Daniel doesn’t quite know all the lyrics to the old song. What he knew was how to sing the melody! For a child of his very young age, this was a major accomplishment. Even if he is quite young, little Daniel knows how to carry a melody. He probably has an incredible future ahead of him if he continues like this!

 

 

It’s amazing to hear this song, which was performed by someone who lived long enough ago, sung by such a young boy. “Can’t Help Falling In Love” is a huge hit performed in 1961 by Elvis Presley. It is found on the album “Blue Hawaii”. This is the official soundtrack for a movie of the same title, which also starred Elvis Presley.Since its release, many artists and listeners have done what they can to recreate the iconic song. Bob Dylan, Tom Smothers and a group known as A-Teens are just a few of the people who have given this beautiful song new life. Everyone who has had the chance to listen to the song has been amazed at how great it is. Some things never change from generation to generation! You can listen to young Daniel sing his own version of the song below. Prepare to be shocked and amazed at how good it is! This is truly an adorable video that we were thrilled to stumble upon. What did you think of this cutie? Let us know in the comments and be sure to pass this adorable video on to others — it’ll brighten their day!

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