Teen Crooner Sings Unique Rendition Of 'Imagine' By John Lennon

Teen Crooner Sings Unique Rendition Of 'Imagine' By John Lennon

Listen to this teen crooner sing her unique rendition of John Lennon’s “Imagine” as the song turns 50 years old! Written and recorded in 1971 by John Lennon, “Imagine” is one of the 100 most performed songs of the 20th century.

John Lennon’s musical genius was evident long before “Imagine” was released; he was just over 30 years old when it came out. Here, Charlotte Summers sings it at the tender age of 15! And, her musical gifts are undeniable!

Charlotte is a singer, dancer, composer, and model. That’s a nice resume for a chickie of her young age! Charlotte’s been at this performing thing for a while now, having danced in Les Miserables when she was only 8! Born in Marbella, Spain, Charlotte’s done multiple appearances in Europe and the U.S.

Though both are abundantly talented, Latina Charlotte’s performance is very different from that of Brit John Lennon. The Beatle, whom the world lost in 1980, gives a slow, quiet, and sweet delivery, while Charlotte’s version is more bluesy. She holds notes longer, varies volume more, and seems to sing with an urgency that’s not present in the original recording.

Charlotte, dressed in a simple white top, stands against a white drape. She wears light make-up, and a very modest necklace around her neck is her only jewelry. Charlotte relies strictly on her powerful voice, her gestures and facial expressions, and her mesmerizing eyes to convey John Lennon’s message.

“Imagine” is a pretty song. Charlotte is an inspired artist. While the song’s lyrics may cause debate in a world where so much seems to spark controversy and conflict, the idea of “brotherly love” sure sounds good to all. Here are the words to the chorus of “Imagine”:

You may say I'm a dreamer
But I'm not the only one
I hope someday you'll join us
And the world will live as one

Thank goodness for beautiful, thought-provoking, happy, and sad songs. Thank God for voices divinely designed to deliver them! Sing on, Charlotte!

“For great is the Lord and most worthy of praise; he is to be feared above all gods.” Psalm 96:4

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