Man catches kids doing something awesome at Walmart — ‘What’s wrong with today’s youth? Not a dang thing’

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ARLINGTON, Texas —  It was one of those moments.

Mark Ammann was at a Walmart in Texas when he heard singing. He quickly recognized the song as the National Anthem, but something sounded different.

He pulled out his phone and started to record video as he went in search of the singers. What he found was both adorable and awesome.

“What’s wrong with today’s youth? Not a dang thing. Just now in Walmart,” Ammann wrote on Facebook on Tuesday.

Ammann’s son Eric posted the video to Reddit  after his dad shared it on Facebook and it shot to the front page where it had garnered over 1-thousand comments by Wednesday morning.

“Yes, I did capture this candid moment today at Walmart,” wrote Ammann in a second post on Facebook.  “No, it wasn’t staged and I don’t know the kids involved. I was walking through the store and heard the singing & got my phone out to record it… I think we could use more sharing of stuff like this than a lot of the other junk I see posted lately. Enjoy!”

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