BOSTON (CBSLocal) – They’re calling it “Cop Pool Karaoke.”

A pair of Boston police officers shared a video showing them sing “God Bless America,” to celebrate the Fourth of July.

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Officers Kim Tavares and Stephen McNulty were riding in a patrol car when they broke into song.

“Kim and I have been singing for the department individually for a number of years, performing the National Anthem at different venues, at different events, but we’ve never actually sung together,” said Officer McNulty. 

The patrol car performance was their first time.

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“With the stress that we have to go through on a day-to-day basis, you need something that levels that stress out and music, it just makes you happy,” added Officer Tavares.

Along with that came a burst of attention for people who are usually behind the scenes.

“If it can show the human side of officers, if they can look at us in a different way, and maybe if it inspires them to go sing a song with their friends, so much the better,” said McNulty.

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The video spoofs “Carpool Karaoke,” a famous segment from “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”