Girls Summon Herd of Cattle By Singing Lorde's 'Royals'

There have been actual reports suggestings cows really do enjoy music.

In fact, a study out of the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom has suggested these grazing bovines are into slow jams, specifically.

The study found that milk production went up by as much as 3 percent when cows listened to slow tunes like "Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M. and Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water", rather than faster songs.

Apparently, cows are big fans of the song "Royals" by the pop star Lorde.

Recently, a few friends decided to summon a herd of cattle by singing the popular song. The whole thing was captured on video.

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The cows were content with just eating grass, however, as soon as the women opened their mouths, it was as if the cows instantly became under their spell.

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To top it off, the women seem completely impressed by the amount of power they have over the cows. You can hear some of them laughing in the video.


"I can't believe that worked!" one is heard saying. "That's my jam! Yes! We've got every single cow out of the field."

These cows were clearly "mooooooooved" by the performance. This, my friends, is how you "bring all the cows to the yard".

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Girls Summon Herd of Cattle By Singing Lorde's 'Royals'