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Father and Daughter Bond With “Rolling In The Deep” July 29, 2012

Posted by Michael in News.

Super-cute. That girl looks like she’s about seven years old, but she sings with passion. Hat tip to dad for spending some fun time with his little girl.


1. Retired Geezer - July 29, 2012

she sings with passion. Hat tip to dad for spending some fun time with his little girl.

Isn’t that what it’s all about?

Hey, that guitar is upside down. Was this shot in Australia?

2. Michael - July 29, 2012

I didn’t notice that. It’s not only upside down, but backwards. I think he’s a left-handed guy with a right hand guitar. He’s strumming with his left hand and doing the chords with his right hand.

I wonder how he figured out how to do the chords upside down. Is there actually a chord chart for that somewhere?

3. lauraw - July 29, 2012

getting pretty sick of this song right about now

4. TGSG - July 29, 2012

Amazing how this song has inspired so many people to cover it.

5. daveintexas - July 29, 2012

I haven’t listened to a single one of these.

Not one.

6. BrewFan - July 29, 2012

This one is worth it dave. *farts and shouts “bucksnort!!” to see if lauraw will laugh*

7. Michael - July 29, 2012

I’ll bet that Dave’s employees are sick to death of him singing RitD all day, but won’t say so because they don’t want to get a bad appraisal.

8. Michael - July 30, 2012

In fact, I’ll bet $20 that Dave had to wipe his eyes after watching this video, because he is such a sentimental shmoopsie.

9. daveintexas - July 30, 2012

My girls and me, we rocked out to Steely Dan’s “My Old School”

Those were good times. Oh, and when eldest played the keyboard part with me and my old band, at 14 years old, on “Swingtown”

*sniff* *HONK*

10. daveintexas - July 30, 2012

OH, and me accompanying eldest kid at her senior recital on Vince Guiraldi’s “Linus and Lucy.” And me playing with youngest’s Madrigal choir in high school on that old Billy Joel song.

Somebody stop me, I’m gonna get sentimental.

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