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Garth Brooks' Youngest Daughter Performs Touching Live Cover Of "Three Wooden Crosses"

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Looks like the Brooks family has the talent gene! Garth Brooks' youngest daughter Allie Colleen Brooks has got the talent to impress her father, and Garth couldn't be any more proud. 

“My youngest has got it,” Brooks has said “She’s got the bug, but she’s got the goods, too. She starts playing and singing, I have to get up and leave because I spent my whole life crying.”

It's not every day that you get hear the talent of a country legend's children, but it sure is exciting! Allie is the youngest of three daughters Brooks had with his first wife, Sandy. Allie actually joined her father on stage at a Chicago concert in the summer of 2014 with a warm introduction from her father, “We’ve been working together for, I don’t know, the last 18 years now or so,” he told the crowd, “This little girl’s very talented. She does background vocals, acoustic guitar, singer-songwriter. From Owasso, Oklahoma, give it up for Miss Allie Colleen.”

Garth has always been vocal about how important being a parent is to him, even taking some time away from the spotlight. But now that Allie is graduated from high school, we can expect to see more from this country music favorite and his extremely talented daughter!

Enjoy this live performance from Allie Colleen Brooks singing Randy Travis' "Three Wooden Crosses"

LYRICS BELOW

A farmer and a teacher, a hooker and a preacher,
Ridin' on a midnight bus bound for Mexico.
One's headed for vacation, one for higher education,
An' two of them were searchin' for lost souls.
That driver never ever saw the stop sign.
An' eighteen wheelers can't stop on a dime.

There are three wooden crosses on the right side of the highway,
Why there's not four of them, Heaven only knows.
I guess it's not what you take when you leave this world behind you,
It's what you leave behind you when you go.

That farmer left a harvest, a home and eighty acres,
The faith an' love for growin' things in his young son's heart.
An' that teacher left her wisdom in the minds of lots of children:
Did her best to give 'em all a better start.
An' that preacher whispered: "Can't you see the Promised Land?"
As he laid his blood-stained bible in that hooker's hand.

There are three wooden crosses on the right side of the highway,
Why there's not four of them, Heaven only knows.
I guess it's not what you take when you leave this world behind you,
It's what you leave behind you when you go.

That's the story that our preacher told last Sunday.
As he held that blood-stained bible up,
For all of us to see.
He said: "Bless the farmer, and the teacher, an' the preacher;
"Who gave this Bible to my mamma,
"Who read it to me."

There are three wooden crosses on the right side of the highway,
Why there's not four of them, now I guess we know.
It's not what you take when you leave this world behind you,
It's what you leave behind you when you go.

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