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For sure, most teens would not prefer to see their dads singing in public. We always know that teens are obsessed with fashion, and they would expect something stylish which their dads cannot do. It’s just funny to imagine how a teen would expect his father to sing- just like Robin Thickle and the likes of Chris Brown. These teenagers forget that their parents enjoyed such music as they grew up and at the moment they are not interested in fashion anymore.

On the other hand, there are other teens who would be more than willing to see their dads sing in whichever way. They won’t even mind how he would perform or what song he would choose to sing.

In this video, things are not different. The father sings and the daughter is not embarrassed and to make it even better, she joins her dad in the song. This is one of those memorable moments you would share with your daughter. It’s nice to see a father and daughter bonding in such a way.

Chris O’Malley and his daughter enjoy their time together, especially in the car while driving and listening to some good music. This time, they decided to record one of their moments together. The millions of viewers who have fallen in love with this video are glad they did it.

The two grooved to “Timber” by Pitbull, featuring Ke$ha. The song, released in 2013, has stellar vocals and a catchy beat. It is no wonder the two picked this tune to jam to as they drove around the country.

Watch this video and see how the dad lip syncs. The two are just entertaining to watch!

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