Listen To Eddie Vedder and His Daughter's Adorable Cover of the 'Batman' Theme

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Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam performs to a sold out crowd on 22, 2014 at the Pepsi Center in Denver.

Some rock star dads work their hardest to keep their kids out of the business. But when the kid's got it, you have to just let it go. Case in point: Eddie Vedder. The Pearl Jam singer recently debuted a home recording he did with 7-year-old daughter Harper of the Neal Hefti-penned theme song to the kitschy 1966 "Batman" TV series starring Adam West.

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As spotted by PearlJamOnline, the surfy track popped up on the new Pearl Jam Radio broadcast on SiriusXM during an interview featuring Vedder and Mark Ian Wilkerson talking about the author's new book, "Tomas Young's War," which chronicles the life of the young Army veteran and vociferous Iraq War critic who became a friend of Vedder's.

The results are, well, adorable.

It's not the first time the Vedder family band has released a song. The father-daughter duo also recorded the ukulele jam "The Traveler" for Cameron Crowe's 2015 film "Aloha."