Woman Serenades Alligator With 'Islands In The Stream' By Dolly Parton And Kenny Rogers

Woman Serenades Alligator With 'Islands In The Stream' By Dolly Parton And Kenny Rogers

A brave young woman serenaded an alligator with “Islands in the Stream,” a tune made famous by Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers.

As the Bible says, God created mankind in His image. Of course, animals are also part of God’s creation. God put dogs, cats, rabbits and, yes, even snakes on Earth. He is the same God who also placed the sun, moon and stars in their spots in the sky. 

As anyone knows, not all animals are as welcoming to human contact and interaction as others. If they’ve been treated humanely, most dogs and cats welcome attention from people. 

However, there is a particular group of creatures that would prefer humans stay far away from them. The feeling is mutual on our side as well. When it comes to bears, snakes and spiders, most people would like nothing to do with them. Also, viewing them from a safe distance and behind a strong, reinforced barrier is best.

However, the one animal that most people want nothing to do with is an alligator. They are too quick, strong and have too many teeth for any sane person’s liking. But there are still people with little fear and no problem interacting with those frightening creatures.

A clip posted on YouTube shows a young woman sitting near what appears to be a baby alligator in a pool. Not only is she seated next to the ferocious creature, but she’s putting on a musical performance for the gator. She is playing “Island is the Stream.”

The animal appears to appreciate the young lady’s efforts, or at least acknowledges her presence and performance. The gator slightly turns its head in her direction as she strums on the guitar while belting the lyrics from the Dolly and Kenny tune.

Ephesians 5:19 “Joining with one another in holy songs of praise and of the Spirit, using your voice in songs and making melody in your heart to the Lord;”

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