At three years old we expect out children to know the classic nursery rhymes and maybe a few lines from the odd pop song they have heard but this three year old has melted the hearts of people all around the world by singing a song most adults struggle with.
Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” isn’t just any old 70s hit – it’s a 6-minute suite written for their album “A Night at the Opera.” We all know it and attempt reciting the words when we hear it but admittedly it’s hard to recall all the lyrics.
But not for this three-year-old from Scotland. Just a few days after first hearing the song, she not only fell in love with it she can sing it, word for word — well at least the words she hears!
After posting the video of this adorable youngster singing it just two days ago on YouTube, already more than 30,000 people have watched it. When you see her you’ll understand why, she’s amazing!
Three-year-old Holly Lee performs the Queen classic while sitting in the back of her mom’s car and even starts head banging to the guitar at the end!
Mom Charlene McMahon, 27, says Holly sings it numerous times a day and is desperate to see the new Bohemian Rhapsody film, according to the Daily Mail article.
Her mom told the Daily Mail that Holly is such a shy girl and if anyone asked her to sing the song she wouldn’t. But, while in the back of her mom’s car, while waiting for her Dad, she belts out those notes and perfect lyrics like a true performer.
“It didn’t take her long to learn the words at all, I’d say a couple of days. She knows most of the words but still gets some of them wrong,” her mom Charlene said.
Holly used to call it the Galileo song but after singing it several times a day she now knows it’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”. This is useful when she’s asking virtual assistant Alexa to play it for her!
We hope Holly never grows tired of singing this song. The passion she shows while performing it would have made the late great Freddie Mercury proud.
See Holly for yourself in the clip below.
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