Cockatiel's Dad Teaches Him How to Sing Christmas Carols Like a Pro

This video is pure internet gold.

Cockatiel's Dad Teaches Him How to Sing Christmas Carols Like a Pro

This video is pure internet gold.

It's pretty rare to find someone who doesn't know Christmas tunes. We hear the same ones year after year. And if we're being honest, the songs can get pretty old quickly. But one little birdie is putting his spin on the songs and we're absolutely obsessed! 

TikTok user @geniebeemie posted a clip that her dad took of his pet Cockatiel. He somehow managed to teach the bird to sing Christmas carols. Incredible! These songs have quickly risen to our favorite of the holiday season!  

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O.M.G. This is the most amazing rendition of Christmas songs we've ever heard! Any Grinch or Scroggs out there would immediately fall in love with the Christmas spirit with one listen of this bird caroling. "I don't even like Christmas music but I love him singing them," commented @lil_passionate. See?! No one would hate this at all! 

"He is SMILING! So happy and proud of himself. I LOVE IT!" said @jacipund. He can sing and smile at the same time?! Now that's a performer! @summerflounder added, "He looks so proud to know the songs." He should be proud! We don't know any other bird that sings Christmas carols. 

Another TikTok user, @just.joshin82.5, wrote, "He's like, This is my time to shine!'" And shine he did! We'll be patiently waiting for this birdie to put out his entire Christmas album. 

 

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