Busker improvises Louis Armstrong song for little girl in UK subway
There’s no doubt that children can teach us to see the simple yet cheerful side of the world. And we have just the perfect video to prove that. The clip was shot at the Westminster subway station in the UK and features a little girl named Medeea and a busker.
Shared on Instagram by the Good News Movement, the clip shows the little girl standing in front of the musician to listen to his song. The video was originally shared by Medeea’s mother, Nella Bombonelle. In the clip, the busker can be seen singing Louis Armstrong’s What a Wonderful World. But after seeing his little audience, he asks Nella her daughter’s name. He then proceeds to improvise the evergreen song in the sweetest way.
“This musician adapts this song for this wonderful girl. @bombonelle writes ‘You have to stop and enjoy the little things in life! They come so unexpected.’ This video will melt your heart!” reads the caption.
The video has been viewed over 852k times and received many responses. People were delighted to see the sweet interaction between the little girl and the musician. Many wrote about how the video was a perfect way to make one smile and end the year on a happy note.
If you haven't listened to Louis Armstrong's melodious song, listen to it here and we guarantee that it will be one of the best songs to step into the New Year with.