Baby Girl Falls Asleep As Dad, FGL’s Tyler Hubbard, Turns “Stand By Me” Into Lullaby

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Just a few months old, this treasured baby daughter got the star treatment as her daddy lulled her to sleep with a decades-old song that he reworked into the perfect ballad.

“Stand By Me” was first released in 1961 as the second single to Ben E. King’s album, Don’t Play That Song!, and instantly became a hit. To date, there have been more than 400 different recorded versions of the song brought to life by imaginative artists. Now, you can add another to the list as Florida Georgia Line‘s Tyler Hubbard has crafted his very own version.

Hubbard and wife Hayley welcomed their first child, and baby girl, Olivia Rose into the world on December 23rd, 2017. At just two months old, Olivia witnessed the magic of having a superstar singer as a father while he serenaded her to sleep with his loving song.

Posting a video to Instagram, Hayley Hubbard recorded this precious bedtime moment as Tyler sat on the piano bench, shirtless, with just a guitar in his hands and strummed the music to “Stand By Me” as he sang his own lyrics to his baby girl.

You can feel the love emanating¬†throughout the room as both parents look dotingly upon their precious angel while she falls asleep to her father’s melodic voice.

Olivia is now almost two years old and is a big sister to brother Luca, born on August 19.

Watch this awesome clip below and let us know if you have your own version of “Stand By Me” you like to sing!