The talented and extremely beautiful Lynn Anderson took the stage on The Lawrence Welk Show in 1968 to pay tribute to her mom, who joined her in a very special duet of "Mother May I".
"I'm kind of proud of my mother," Lynn says to Lawrence. "I think I have a very special mom," she laughs. Lynn's mother, Liz joins her daughter as they hold hands, clad in matching white, lace dresses, looking heavenly.
The two look absolutely adorable as they sing this duet that tells the story of a daughter explaining to her mother that she's found the love of her life and she would like to marry him. She, along with the father, give their blessing, but not before explaining exactly what love is.
Love is patience, understanding
Love let’s little thoughts go by unseen
If love is giving not demanding
Nothing big or small can come between
Lynn and Liz have very similar voices, proof that talent definitely runs in the Anderson family. Liz actually wrote many songs for her daughter, whose career started less than a year after her mother's began.
It's obvious how much they adore each other in the way they can't help but smile at one another - a true, loving mother-daughter bond for all the world to see. This heartfelt performance is a must-see.
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