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Image courtesy Carrie Underwood on Instagram.

(FOX NEWS) -- Carrie Underwood posted an endearing video on Instagram on Sunday that showed her 5-month-old son Jacob hysterical crying when his father Mike Fisher tried his best to sing Vince Gill's "I Still Believe in You."

Fox News reports that Fisher, the former NHL player, was brave enough to try and imitate Gill, one of country music's greatest male voices. But he also happens to be married to Underwood, who is equally gifted.

But he proved no match.

 
 
 
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Everyone’s a critic...🤷‍♀️ @mfisher1212 @vincegillofficial 😂

A post shared by Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) on Jun 22, 2019 at 8:32pm PDT

Fisher sang to Jacob, and Jacob just continued to cry. The moment Underwood sang a verse, the baby turned his head and looked on in complete silence. It was no fluke, Fisher tried three times to sing to the baby, and each time, Jacob cried. Every time Underwood belted a verse, the baby sat quietly and took it all in.

Underwood playfully captioned the video: "Everyone's a critic."

Fisher will likely have more luck when he teaches Jacob a slapshot.

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