There are some lyrics in Little Big Town's 'Little White Church' that sound strange coming from the mouth of a 6-year-old. Kariss and her drumming brother, Britton, breeze right by the suggestive messages, however. Their performance is as carefree as it gets. Is Kariss knitting while she sings along?

These two kids were filmed by Mom while waiting in a strip mall parking lot. We can only assume Dad was inside running an errand, so the family got bored and turned up the radio. "You can't ride this gravy train / Anymore, anyway / There's a price for keeping me / I might be cheap, but I ain't free," Kariss sings.

The ironic twist: the video's description says the kids aren't normally allowed to listen to country music. But somehow, they know every word!