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Baby monitor captures toddler singing 'Star Wars' 'Imperial March' in crib

"Star Wars" superfans can't get thoughts of the sci-fi film franchise out of their heads as they eagerly await the December release of "The Force Awakens." But for one tiny fan, it's the music that keeps her up at night.

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Video: Baby caught on monitor singing ‘Star Wars’ ‘Imperial March’

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Jonathan H. Liu recently watched the original "Star Wars" trilogy with his daughters, including his 2-year-old toddler. But he wasn't sure how much the little one got out of it — until he heard her singing to Darth Vader's dark theme all by herself in her crib one day.

In a Geek Dad post, Liu said that while his youngest knew R2D2 and Creepio and Yoda, it was soon clear that Vader was the character she connected to.

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"When he first appeared on the screen, she started mimicking the sound of his breathing," dad explained. "When the 'Imperial March' started playing, she stood up and danced!"

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While Liu is happy to see that the Force is strong in his little girl, he can't help but notice "she seems to be leaning toward the dark side."

The Dark Side never looked so adorable!

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