Dane Miller, 9, was caught on video singing Houston’s 1993 hit “I don’t have anything” from “The Bodyguard” amid a current family auto ride.
Dane’s close relative, Jeanne Miller, posted the video on Facebook, where it has been seen 4.7 million times since Monday.
“He is recently exceptionally lively,” Jeanne Miller of Prosper, Texas, disclosed to ABC News. “He’s advanced so on the off chance that he hears music, it’s simply something that sticks with him. He’s extremely glad [of the video]. He just grins and laughs.”
Dane’s mother, Danna Miller, disclosed to ABC News that her senior child Dawson, 13, acquainted Dane with the Houston melody.
Dane appreciates all music, especially Taylor Swift, Kidz Bop Kids and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s “Hymn of the Bells.” Danna Miller said she was agreeably amazed to see that the video of her child singing Houston had turned into a web sensation.
“It’s crazy, energizing and upsetting all in the meantime in light of the fact that my telephone has been exploding throughout the day,” she included. “I go and read the remarks and they’re quite recently so sweet.
“When we had Dane, we didn’t realize that he had Down disorder, yet it wouldn’t have made a difference,” Danna Miller said. “He has been most likely the greatest gift of our lives. He is quite recently so cherishing and blissful. He is what’s great about this world.”
Danna Miller would like to share a video of Dane playing out another of his top picks, “Cray Button” by Family Force 5, onto his YouTube channel titled, Amazing Dane.