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I was best at playing "Brrroooiiiiiiiing Broooooiiiiiing Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrroiiiiinggggggg." That song was my favorite.

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A 13-year-old Iranian gives a surprisingly heartfelt rendition of Adele's "Someone Like You."

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...because there's NO WAY I could play a steady beat with a year of practice, let alone a year of living.

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Good lord, he can play the banjo like a demon AND he's got a sick model of the Millennium Falcon in the background. BRB, need to go home and re-evaluate my life.

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German children covering a Rammstein song. Good lord, the youngest can keep a pretty steady beat.

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A six-year-old named Ethan has been making the rounds on the internet for his lively, expressive performance of Billy Joel's "Piano Man." The original video also mentions that he's "on the autism spectrum," which has probably fueled people's interest it.

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An eight-year-old can play along with "Stratosphere" by Swedish Finnish power metal band Stratovarius and you can't? What are you doing with your life?

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All you need to make a beat is bang two sticks together. A child could do it (confidential to percussionists: we're not really serious. Please don't sue for libel). YouTube performers Wax and Herbal T took this idea to its logical conclusion and made a rap song using sounds from Herbal T's toddler son's playground session.

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This is Jaxon Smith. He is six years old! He's already committed a significant amount of his young life to the drums, and can already accompany the Foo Fighters track "Pretender."