He's the next Paul McCartney! Three-year-old boy performs pitch-perfect Beatles song with his guitar-playing dad (and robot helmet)
· Three-year-old shows true talent as he sing a duet with his father
· As well as singing the toddler performs with his harmonica
· Dashing out to grab a robot helmet he dresses up for final notes of song
By SARAH GORDON FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 24 January 2015
A three-year-old musician has proved he could well be the next Paul McCartney.
Performing a duet with his father of The Beatles' classic Love Me Do, the toddler shows talent way beyond his tender years.
Singing along without a care in the world and playing his harmonica, the blonde boy happily bobs to the music as he belts out the tune.
As well as playing along to the tune, the toddler also sings a pitch-perfect rendition
He takes turns with his father to sing each verse to the guitar music.
At one point, the boy dashes off, explaining: 'I'm going to get dressed and I'll be back.'
His father objects saying they are making a video, but the boy rushes back within moments.
The three-year-old boy shows real talent as he plays the harmonica to accompany his father
As he comes back into the lounge area where they are recording, he is sporting a robot-style helmet.
And without missing a beat, the young boy proceeds to join straight back in with the song.
Singing and playing the harmonica in his fancy dress outfit, the boy seems completely happy in front of the camera.
Singing the cute duet with his father, the boy shows talent beyond his tender years
At one point the boy dashes out to pick up a robot helmet which he wears to complete the performance
Commenters online complimented the toddler on his musical talent.
One named Irishqueenb wrote: 'This is adorable! The three-year-old sings better than I do.'
And Alex Jackaman added: 'That's pretty cool it must have taken ages to teach.'