Have You Seen This? 4-year old sings uplifting rendition of 'Three Little Birds'

Have You Seen This? 4-year old sings uplifting rendition of 'Three Little Birds'

(Kat Park Nic, Facebook)

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A LAND WITHOUT WORRIES — There’s been enough worries for a whole lifetime, as of late. A lot of people from around the world are struggling with more things than I’d like to list.

However, sometimes the best way to alleviate those concerns is to listen to a song — or more specifically, to listen to Rylyn Clark, a 4-year-old from Massachusetts who belts out Bob Marley’s classic “Three Little Birds” in the cutest clip you’ll see today.

This video was originally shared by Facebook user Kat Park Nic, with a caption reading: “This sweet boy is a friend of a friends nephew!! I can’t stop watching, he is beyond adorable and just what we all need! He is Rylyn Clark aged 4. You can follow him on Instagram @ryclarkie #dontworry #everylittlethingsgonnabealright.”

The post was an online smash hit, attracting over 7 million views. It’s also appeared on the Today show and was reported on in the Daily Mail.

Rylyn’s mother, Kathleen Clark, also took to Facebook, saying, “My little boy's video hit 6.7 million views on FB. His sweet message seemed to resonate. We are holding space in our hearts for all of those who need a bit of hope right now. Rylyn is an old soul and if he says every little thing is going to be alright, I believe him ❤.”

This video will likely not solve all your woes but if, even for a minute, it can bring a smile to your face or a shred of hope, then it’s more than worth it.


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