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2-Year-Old Girl Sings Along to Pearl Jam – Best of YouTube

Should Pearl Jam ever need a backing singer, might we suggest this little girl, who had an incredible grasp of the band’s single ‘Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town.’ At the time this video was shot, Penelope was just 2 years old, hanging out in her car seat and singing along to the Pearl Jam classic. The young girl’s mother posted the video on YouTube in 2010, and in the comments section, Penelope’s mother offered an update in 2012: “She loves watching her video and says, ‘Wow I was really smart,’ lol She still loves music and says she wants to get discovered someday … She’s awesome.” We agree!

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