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A two-year old sings the Lord's Prayer

It was the Lord's Prayer I was looking for on youtube weeks ago. Of course with the kind of piece that The Lord's Prayer is, there are many versions of it sang by different artists. I picked two from all those choices: Charlotte Church and Regine Velasquez, Asia's songbird. But I made a full stop at the rendition of this little angel. Cute. Talented. Adorable. I kept replaying the video. Among the end credits that I liked in particular is "Directed by: Mommy." You may have seen her already. I may be just as amused, wowed, entertained and blessed as you by this little singing diva. Here she is:



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Jennie said…
sis...it's very cute! i'm so blessed with this 2-year old girl!

it's my first time joining here...

Then sings my soul-Who am I?
Peggy said…
Blessings Hazel...isn't this a precious child singing to the LORD!
I have seen this so often but she is adorable and I pray continues singing to Our Father and knows Him & her Savior! Enjoy TSMSS & your weekend!
Brook said…
I was again amazed by how intelligent this little girl is to know all of these words as a two year old. I would love to see her sing it again now as a 4 year old. Did you check out any of her other videos? They are darling too!
Karen said…
So sweet...I have seen this before but never get tired of watching this little girl....
Angelika said…
Oh soo lovely ... just one thing I want to know (LOL) why my one of my Siamese cats got really aggitated when I played this .... hhhmmmm ....

Bless you!!
Cathy said…
I've seen her sing this before, posted it on my blog. She is so o o adorable!
I love this! A friend of mine sent this to me a while back in a email! Thank so much for visiting my blog! looking forward to reading more of yours :)
Nicole

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