AceShowbiz - Olivia Rodrigo has a special treat for her fans for Christmas. The "Drivers License" hitmaker has made use of her social media account to share her "very first" Christmas song she wrote at the age of five.
On Friday, December 24, the 18-year-old took to her Instagram page to share a portion of a Christmas song she wrote titled "The Bels". In the caption of the Christmas Eve post, she wrote, "In honor of Christmas Eve may I present to you my very first Christmas song 'the bels' written by 5 year old me lol." The "Good 4 U" songstress added, "Happy holidays!!!!"
In her post, Olivia added an adorable picture of her holding a microphone in front of a fireplace while wearing a red velvet dress trimmed with white faux fur. The "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series" actress wore her long brunette hair down with one side pinned back with a barrette.
In the second slide, she accompanied her 15-second song with a photo that saw her wearing a Santa hat as she sat cross-legged on the floor in front of a Christmas tree. "The Bels" was written on the frame above the photo with "Olivia" written underneath.
"Red and green as a Christmas queen, make the holiday special to me," Olivia sings, as the beat plays underneath the track. She continues, "Oh, see the dancing gingerbread dance in your head. Wait, wait, wait for the bells."
Olivia adds, "Ring them, now let me hear it out loud, Santa's coming to town. Oh, oh, oh wait for the bells...when you hear them ornaments on the tree." She continues singing, "Oh, oh, wait for the bells, wait for the bells, oh oh oh, wait for the bells to ring on Santa's sleigh. Ho Ho Ho."
Her fans and followers were quick to flood her post with praises. "WHY DOES THE SONG KINDA HIT THOUGH," one fan penned. A separate Instagram user gushed, "HARMONIES AT 5??? DAMN OK."
In the meantime, others urged her to remake the song and release it. "We need 'The bels' 2021 version," another fan wrote. Someone else added, "Ok now actually release the song," while a different fan exclaimed, "YOU HAVE TO RECREATE THIS."