Kelly Clarkson’s 9-Year-Old Daughter, River Rose, Joins Her to Perform “You Don’t Make Me Cry”

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By Wanda

Kelly Clarkson collaborated with none other than her 9-year-old daughter, River Rose. The singer has just released her album, Chemistry, deluxe edition, including a song titled, You Don’t Make Me Cry, which she performs with her daughter.

In the song, Kelly Clarkson sings powerful lyrics that hint at a breakup,

I’d rather be alone than blue/ Know it ain’t easy but watch me walk the high road without you.

You don’t make me cry/ And I cry at everything/ You don’t make me feel/ And I feel more than most/ now that says something, doesn’t it?

Kelly takes the lead and River follows her with the backup vocals.

Feeling free since I found out you don’t have power/ So you searching for some/ Well, you can’t have mine/ you don’t make me cry.

Beginning of this month, Kelly revealed that her daughter “was 5 years old when she laid down tracks” for the new song.

This isn’t the first collaboration between Kelly and her children, River and 7-year-old Remington, whom she brings up with her ex, Brandon Blackstock. In 2019, River starred in her mother’s music video for the song Broken & Beautiful.

Recently, both of Kelly Clarkson‘s children, River and Remington Blackstock, performed with her mother onstage for a performance of Heartbeat Song.

Kelly Clarkson released her album Chemistry in June. She added another song called Roses in it.

The deluxe edition of Chemistry includes not only Roses and You Don’t Make Me Cry but also fresh tracks like I Won’t Give Up, Did You Know, and Goodbye. It also includes a live performance, a remix of Mine, and a remix of Favorite Kind of High.