Cockatiel singing “If You’re Happy and You Know It” is simply adorable [Video]

  • A cockatiel is stealing the hearts of people on the internet.
  • He has his own version of the song “If You’re Happy and You Know It”. 
  • Fans are commending the cockatiel’s clear pronunciation.

There aren’t many music remixes on the market that are superior to the original. But now and again, there’s a remix that helps us forget about it. That’s what one Cockatiel’s sweet little tune is doing! You’ll want to listen to this song over and over again!

TikTok user @skyedeath began singing the children’s classic “If You’re Happy and You Know It,” but the bird quickly took over and showed everyone his rendition. He was perfectly in time, even at the “clapping” parts. We can’t get his rendition of the song out of our thoughts anymore! And we know you will feel the same way. Watch what he does during the song’s clapping section.

@skyedeath His little remix at the end 😍 #birdsoftiktok #talkingbird #cockatielsontiktok #cockatiel #birdtok ♬ original sound – Skye De Ath

WOW! That performance was flawless. We weren’t expecting the beak to appear, but it fits the song well. And the Cockatiel’s pronunciation was so clear!

A lot of people also think this remix was fantastic!

“Very articulate 10/10,” remarked @Kayla Bowser.Β 

“I was schocked (sic) by the clear pronunciation!” commented @Toe. “Never head a Cockatiel speak so clearly.”

“My kids at daycare would go wild for this remix,” wrote @Samantha Perry.

@skyedeath Chip was very excited by how much love his singing video received πŸ₯° #birdsoftiktok #talkingbird #cockatielsontiktok #cockatiel #birdtok #birdtiktok #dancingbird ♬ original sound – Skye De Ath

We do not doubt that the kids will love it as much as we do. Teachers at daycares and elementary schools will never hear the end of this song! But that’s fine; the tune is catchy. We’re excited to hear his next verses and remixes.

Normally, we’re just astounded that birds can communicate, but thanks to this cool guy, we’ll hold them to a higher standard. 

Source: Pet Helpful

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