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Adorable 5-Year-Old Girl Comes Back With Frank Sinatra Classic “Fly Me To The Moon”

Talented people are everywhere and we have seen a lot of them in televisions, heard their voices on the radio and even read articles about them in magazines. They are winning everyone’s heart because of their outstanding ability in various areas. They come in different age group or even gender but there’s nothing that can beat a youngster who is really good in something. It is so cute to see kids performing on stage especially if their singing or dancing.

Sophie Fatu is a 5-year-old kid from Charleston, South Carolina. She has gathered a lot of followers when she sang a Frank Sinatra famous classic song “My Way”. She also had the judges of America’s Got Talent turn their back during her blind audition and it only proves that this little girl has something more to show. Simon liked Sophie because of her sweet singing voice and she won the heart of the audience because of her charm.

Now she’s back with another Frank Sinatra classing song “Fly Me To The Moon” that everyone will surely love! This song is near to the heart of our elders especially our grandparents. The song has a peaceful rhythm that calms the mind of the listeners as it goes along with a meaningful message. Sophie is coming back showing everyone what she got and this little girl is not gonna let everyone beat her! Click play on the video below and be inspired all day hearing this wonderful song from a cute 5-year-old kid!

5 year old Sophie Fatu – Fly Me To The Moon (Frank Sinatra)
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