Street Performers' Beautiful Duet Of 'You Got It' By Roy Orbison

Check out this beautiful duet from two street performers singing the song ‘You Got It’ by Roy Orbison.

‘Every time I look into your loving eyes

I see a love that money just can't buy

One look from you, I drift away

I pray that you are here to stay’

The singers in the video are Madeleine Leclezio and her boyfriend, Stephen, and the two of them did an amazing job with this performance! Their voices sound incredible together, and their harmonies are lovely. It is clear that they are enjoying themselves as they sing on Grafton Street in Dublin, Ireland, and the crowds walking past them are enjoying their performance as well. What a fun way to share your talent with others!

Many people online also shared that they were a fan of Madeleine and Stephen’s rendition of ‘You Got It’ by Roy Orbison. 

“Wonderful duet! Beautiful voices and I love the harmonizing!” comments one person on YouTube after watching the video.

“I could listen to this magic duo all day long. Fabulous,” writes another person online.

As for the background of the song in the video, ‘You Got It’ by Roy Orbison is part of the album titled Mystery Girl. The song was released on January 3, 1989, which was after Roy Orbison's death from a heart attack on December 6, 1988. ‘You Got It’ was written by Roy Orbison and his Traveling Wilburys bandmates Jeff Lynne and Tom Petty. And the single ended up reaching the number nine spot on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, returning Roy Orbison to the top 10 for the first time in 25 years.

Listening to Madeleine and Stephen sing their rendition of ‘You Got It’ is sure to bring a smile to your face! We hope you enjoyed watching this video today!


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