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There’s only 36 days until Star Wars: The Force Awakens finally debuts. It’s like every day there’s even more Star Wars content fueling the hype machine. Take the new footage unleashed in another international trailer, some shiny star-studded magazine covers, or Darth Vader failing on a hoverboard. But forget any Star Wars-related stories out right now because here’s the cuddliest news of all: a two-year-old singing the Imperial March a.k.a. Darth Vader’s theme song.   

The Yung Sith Lord was caught singing on camera in her crib when her parents checked the baby monitor after she got up from a nap. Sure, it’s the cheeriest you’ll ever hear the iconic menacing song, but her fandom is nonetheless impressive. Her dad, Jonathan H. Liu, editor of GeekDad, wrote in a blog post that he had shown the “original trilogy” to his older girls, but his two-and-a-half-year-old girl had also watched. The aforementioned Yung Sith Lord reportedly really took a liking to the Imperial March—she danced along to it—and Darth Vader. “When he [Darth Vader] first appeared on the screen, she started mimicking the sound of his breathing,” wrote Liu. She’s even asked her parents to sing the Imperial March, which they oblige. Now if that isn’t love, I don’t know what is.

[via Daily Dot]