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Twitter user @ErinMHerrmann has, possibly, the most adorable parents on the internet right now.

Her dad has been learning new songs on his saxophone, but he wasn't sure about whether they were any good or not.

So mom and dad devised a plan; they would drive out to the back roads of their town to a field filled with the perfect audience - cows.


Dad played while mom recorded, and they sent Erin the adorable results. Let's take a look at part one, shall we?

Dad gives us a quick intro before he turns to the field and starts playing. Almost immediately we can see curious cows start to lumber their way over to him to check out what's going on.

Apparently cows are really into "Careless Whisper."

And "Tequila."

Turn the volume way up at around the 20 second mark to hear the neighbor on backing vocals.

The cows and the neighbor clearly enjoyed the show - but so did Twitter.

Saxophone Cow Dad is a hit!










Don't worry - this probably isn't the last we're going to hear from Saxophone Cow Dad.

He's already working on new material.


If you've always wanted to learn how to play the saxophone, for under $200 you can get everything you need, here.

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