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Dave & Claire Crosby Perform ‘Tomorrow’

Dave & Claire Crosby Perform ‘Tomorrow’


You look so pretty. That’s so great. I love that. Thanks. It’s good to see you, Claire. Tell me what’s been going on. There’s something new
that happened in your life since I saw you. We had a baby. You had a baby. That’s great. Well, your dad– It took 20 pushes. Somewhere around there. It took 20 pushes? Wow. I don’t know who was counting,
but someone was counting. Somebody was counting
and telling her. You weren’t there, right? Were you there? No. No. OK. And so it’s a little– I took 100, Carson took three. I’m sorry? She took 100 pushes, she
says, and her little brother took three. Did you take 100 pushes? Yeah. That’s a lot of pushes. I was stuck. [LAUGHTER] Do you remember being stuck? Yeah. You do? And you weren’t going
to help her out? You weren’t going to go
like that and come out? No. OK. So look how precious
that picture is. Yes, what is her name? June Cameron Crosby. June Cameron Crosby. That’s a pretty name. And she was born just a
few days after my birthday. Yeah. Yeah. We wished she could be on
your birthday to be born, and we would name her Ellen. Well, it’s not too late. All right. And you like being a big sister? Yeah. It’s fun. We gave you some decorations
to decorate for the birthday, did you use those? Do you remember them? Yeah. My brother loved them. Oh, good, I’m glad. I’m glad. So, Dave, you were on
The Voice last season, and now I hear Claire has
something to do with The Voice this season. What are you doing? Interviewed Adam Levine. Wow. All the coaches, right? Not just Adam. Yeah. Tomorrow I’m going to
do the other three. I see. Adam is so sweet. He’s my pal. He’s a good guy, right? Yeah. Yeah, he’s a really good guy. So what are you going
to perform today? “Tomorrow” by the musical Annie. Oh, that’s great. All right. Well, I can’t wait. [APPLAUSE] [MUSIC – “TOMORROW”] The sun will come out tomorrow. Bet your bottom dollar that
tomorrow, there’ll be sun. Just thinking about
tomorrow clears away the cobwebs and the
sorrow till there’s none. When I’m stuck with a day
that’s grey and lonely, I just stick up my
chin, and grin, and say, Oh The sun will come
out tomorrow, so you gotta hang on till
tomorrow come what may. Tomorrow, tomorrow,
I love you, tomorrow. You’re always a day away. Tomorrow, tomorrow,
I love you, tomorrow. You’re always a day away. [APPLAUSE] That was so good! That was so beautiful! Thanks. Do you think that
your little sister will be musical like you? Yeah. Yeah? You think so? Yeah, because I’ve sung her
lots of lullabies and songs. And I sing my sad
song, Tomorrow, to her when she feels a little bit sad. And then does she feel
better after you sing to her? Yeah! Oh, that’s so sweet. That’s wonderful. It wakes her up
when I sing to her. And sometimes, when she
is awake, she stares at me and her eyes follow wherever I
go, because she just loves me. How can she not just love you? What a great big sister you are. That’s great. You sing to her, too. That’s so sweet. All right, I got you
something to help with your new
little baby sister. My ED baby line is currently
available at Buy Buy Baby. I’m going to send you home
with my crib, my stroller, and all kinds of items
from my collection. And this is all for
your little sister. Oh, my goodness. All that stuff for June. [INAUDIBLE] All right.


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