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Watch: LDS 4-Year-Old Sings Beautiful Mashup of "Love One Another" and "Teach Me to Walk in the Light" with Her Older Sister


Watch 12-year-old Lyza Bull and her 4-year-old sister Evylen Grace sing a beautiful mashup of "Teach Me to Walk in the Light" and "Love One Another." 

The video was inspired by Evelyn's idolization of her older sister, Lyza. Lyza is a member of the One Voice Children's Choir, and she loves to sing, dance, and act. This year she received the 2017 Utah Music Award for Best New Artist Under 18. 

Evelyn wants to be just like her big sister. The 4-year-old just finished a one-week tour of Japan with Lyza and a small group of singers. Like her older sister, she dances at The Dance Club and wants to sing all day long. 

"Evelyn is following in the footsteps of her older sister's example, and in turn, Lyza is teaching Evelyn to 'walk in the light' through her example," the two girls' mother, Shaundee Bull, wrote.

The family hopes to share light through their music. They hope that those who view the video think of the powerful examples of good we each have in our own lives. Bull wrote, "We have been so fortunate to be surrounded by people that emulate love through their example . . . none bigger than the Savior."

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Teach Me To Walk MASHUP, Evelyn Grace & sister Lyza Bull of One Voice Children’s Choir

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