Keith Urban’s Daughters Love to Sing, Even if They Get the Lyrics Wrong
In Keith Urban's family of four, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. The Australian singer and his wife, Nicole Kidman, have been blessed with two beautiful daughters, and Urban confesses that 5-year-old Sunday Rose usually spends her time at home singing, even if she sometimes gets the lyrics wrong.
"Sometimes I'll just hear Sunny singing 'Kiss a Girl,'" Urban shares with People. "It's just infectiously catchy pop and I have a side of me that loves that stuff."
But Sunny has a fascination with all music, not just songs from her Dad. "She sings 'I Love It' by Icona Pop all the time," Urban confesses. "She [and younger sister Faith] sit in the back of the car and sing 'I don't care, I love it, I love it.' We've had to figure out the clean version of the song."
Sometimes, though, the girls get the lyrics wrong and turn a pop song into a hilarious hit at home.
"They'll just mishear the lyrics," Urban explains. "Sunny used to sing 'Pumped Up Kicks' [by Foster the People] and she thought the lyric 'faster than my bullet' was 'faster than my brother' and so that's what she sang."
Adds the proud father, "It's adorable."
Urban's two daughters will have lots more of the country superstar's hits to sing soon, since the singer just released 'Fuse,' his eighth studio album.