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WATCH: This Video of Two Cops Belting Out ‘God Bless America’ is Going Viral

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Boston police officers recently decided to do their very own parody of late night talk show host James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke” ahead of the Fourth of July holiday.

Two officers in particular, Stephen McNulty and Kim Tavares, filmed a video singing their own rendition of “God Bless America” and they did such a good job the video is now going viral.

God bless our men and women in uniform, putting their lives on the line to protect our communities on a daily basis.

McNulty and Tavares are heard bantering back-and-forth about the festivities, and at one point McNulty says “God Bless America” by Irving Berlin is one of his favorite songs, according to Boston.com.

“We should do a duet sometime,” McNulty tells Tavares.

“Everybody always says that, ‘When are you and Stevie going to sing together?’” Tavares replied. “Let’s try it.”

“Happy to see two of our officers, Kim Tavares and Stephen McNulty, getting in the mood for all the upcoming 4th of July festivities planned for the Boston area and surrounding communities. Please feel free to sing along with them as they make their way through our city,” said a Boston police statement on its website.

The video, which was shared on the department’s Facebook page, received more than 2,000 shares and 96,000 views.

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Now if this doesn’t make you swell with pride in your country, what will?

In a day and age when it’s “cool” to hate on America, it’s refreshing to see two wonderful human beings enjoying themselves, their freedom, and their jobs, truly living the American dream.

We should all take a moment to remember how good we have it here in the United States and give a prayer of thanks to God for the freedom we take advantage of each and every day.

Source: Fox News

 

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