Donkey participates in human interpretation of & # 39; Circle of Life & # 39; from The Lion King in hilarious video
- Travis Kinley and his donkey Nathan look like a real duo when they sing together
- The video, posted on Facebook, has been viewed 2.7 million times since last Thursday
- & # 39; Circle of Life & # 39; is the opening number of Disney & # 39; s animated film from 1994 & # 39; The Lion King & # 39;
This is the hilarious moment when a donkey joins his owner while singing the opening song of the Lion King.
Travis Kinley, from South Carolina, posted the images on Facebook last Thursday.
The video has since been viewed 2.7 million times.
Travis Kinley, from South Carolina, shows his horse (left) and then starts singing (right)
After showing his horse and his donkey, the man in a blue t-shirt starts the opening lines of & # 39; Circle of Life & # 39; to sing.
To his surprise, his donkey participates at the end of the first line.
Kinley initially seems shocked but continues to sing with his animal.
Kinley looks surprised when the donkey joins him while he & # 39; The Circle of Life & # 39; sings
They love a real duo while they sing together.
Before the video stops, Mr. Kinley smiles at the camera.
Travis Kinley, who posted the images on Facebook, wrote: & The Lion King opened and Nathan went with me!
& # 39; I love this guy! & # 39;
The video quickly became a social media sensation because many people liked, shared, and responded to the post.
Tinamarie Dixon wrote: & # 39; Your video has become viral and has made everyone happy. & # 39;
Allie Lynn said: & I cry laughing. This came off and it's the best I've ever seen. & # 39;
The donkey and its owner, pictured together, continue to sing loudly for the camera
& # 39; Circle of Life & # 39; is a song from Disney & # 39; s animated film from 1994 & # 39; The Lion King & # 39 ;.
It is composed by Elton John, with lyrics by Tim Rice.
The first lines of Disney & # 39; s & # 39; Circle of Life & # 39; are in Zulu and read: & # 39; Nants ingonyama bagithi Baba Sithi uhm ingonyama & # 39 ;, which translates to & # 39; Here comes a lion, father. Oh yes, it's a lion. & # 39;
The song was performed by Carmen Twillie (deep female lead vocal) and Lebo M. (opening Zulu voice) as the opening number of the film.
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