Watching These Kids Listen to Guns N Roses is Amazing
By: Maura O'Malley
In a recent “Kids React To” video, a group of kids, ages 6-13 years old, learned all about Guns N’ Roses.
The lesson plan included listening to several of the band’s songs (“Welcome to the Jungle,” “Mr. Brownstone,” “Paradise City,” “My Michelle,” “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” and “Live and Let Die”) and watching the music video for “November Rain.”
The reactions to hearing a little GNR were a bit of a mixed bag …
“Wow this is my new favorite band. Hurry up—give me a new one,” said one kid, asking for another song. (He was clearly born to be a rock star.)
After listening to “Live and Let Die,” one girl cracked the code as to how the band got their name: “In the beginning it started like roses, and then it comes to the—BANG—guns.” Rock on, little girl. Rock on.
And then there was one little boy, who just really loved the video for “November Rain,” announcing, “Okay, this is actually kinda beautiful, to be honest.”
But overall, the general consensus can be summed up with one little girl’s final thoughts: “10 out of 10 would listen again.”