• Published on: 11 February 2021
  • "Mother's Savage Daughter" by Wyndreth
    I got this request for this BEAUTIFUL song on Tik Tok, and wanted to piece together a video of it to share on youtube as well. I love singing in this style in the stairwell!

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  • Greg Warner
    Greg Warner   1 months ago

    I sit listening to this in a cold house but cannot stop to get a coat. Better to shiver and listen.

  • Adam B
    Adam B   2 months ago

    Honestly she looks really good with glasses

  • Ray З. М.
    Ray З. М.   3 months ago

    "I will not cut my hair-"Me: ... Let's skip that part-

  • The Minecraft ghost
    The Minecraft ghost   3 months ago

    You should try the willow maidenPs as a witch it feels great that people are singing our songs

  • Megan Berry
    Megan Berry   4 months ago

    You should do some songs from Brave!! 😍😍

  • Lizann Autry
    Lizann Autry   4 months ago

    Considering I know who wrote this wonderful song, if you could sing this song a bit less fantisifully and more Savage. I think you would nail it.

  • Moonlit Productions
    Moonlit Productions   4 months ago

    I’d please ask you to consider City of the Dead by Eurielle. It’s a powerful sounding song, really enchanting and has some Latin in it.

    BEARDAXE   5 months ago

    Can you singYou dont care enoug for me to cryFrom joe moreland ??That coud be a stuning cover

  • Hollyleaf
    Hollyleaf   5 months ago

    btw the song is accualy just caleed savage daughter but you did a good job

  • {_.ℙ𝕣𝕖𝕥𝕥𝕪_.𝙱𝚊𝚋𝚢🖤.}

    This song… this song is beautiful. I’ve seen many people claim it’s about native indigenous people and Celtic people at the same time. Then you have people from both sides saying it was meant for the both of our cultures. Bc we were all called savages. Someone also talked about how strong we are together and that really gave me hope for our future. 🍀💚🪶🤎

  • Samantha
    Samantha "The Vicious"   6 months ago

    Best part is that she has such long hairI've never cut mine, except when I was a wee child, with a pair of scissors.

  • Ash Plant
    Ash Plant   7 months ago

    Do you know where I could find the gender neutral version

  • wishing tipsy
    wishing tipsy   7 months ago

    Omg how do you get such clear sound quality off of an apple headphone you are just too good

  • Q Billings
    Q Billings   7 months ago

    Less than 5 seconds she gave me chills.This is AMAZING!!!

  • Inkwell Plays
    Inkwell Plays   7 months ago

    So I may play this video on repeat for my two week old daughter to put her to sleep.

  • Saima Shaikh
    Saima Shaikh   7 months ago

    Are you a native (it's the high cheek bones)

  • Emilia Godrich
    Emilia Godrich   7 months ago

    you should definitely do “Listen With Your Heart” from Pocahontas! I love your voice so much! 😊

  • Alex
    Alex   7 months ago


  • Rene Wolf
    Rene Wolf   8 months ago

    if shakira was scottish or anglo saxon ♡♡♡

  • Shazzy
    Shazzy   8 months ago

    Your voice is so amazing. ❤❤❤❤🥰🥰🥰

  • Bea Jarabe
    Bea Jarabe   8 months ago

    Please do Sleeping Beauty, Aurora's "Once Upon A Dream" ❤️

  • Laurie Hand
    Laurie Hand   8 months ago

    I’ve never heard anyone have consistently perfect pitch always.

  • Miniru
    Miniru   8 months ago

    beautiful job singing this song, but it bothers me no one is giving credit to the woman who created the song 11 years ago. Karen L Unrein Kahan/ Wyndreth Berginsdottir, a viking SCA reenactor.

  • Raven
    Raven   8 months ago

    This made me cry a little because it was so beautiful thank you

  • Vanessa Walsh
    Vanessa Walsh   8 months ago

    Ah, the Irish Pagan/Native American solidarity anthem