Don't mess with a 2-year-old and her music. One father learned this the hard way while his daughter was listening to Brothers Osborne's latest single, "Ain't My Fault." Dancing on the bed at home, the little girl was all smiles until the song came to a close.

"Uh-oh," she said once the song stopped playing. Quick to choose another song, her father then began playing the Eagles' "Heartache Tonight" but his daughter wasn't having it as she began to scream.

"This 2 year old ain’t happy unless her favorite song is playing," the caption of the video reads on Facebook.

After one more try, it's time to go back to Brothers Osborne's current Top 10 hit. As soon as "Ain't My Fault" begins to play the young girl is all smiles and begins jumping on the bed. Watch the adorable minute-long clip in the video above.

"Ain't My Fault" is the fourth single off Brothers Osborne's 2016 debut album Pawn Shop. It follows "21 Summer" and their first No. 1 hit with "Stay A Little Longer."

The duo were one of many country acts who had performed at the Route 91 Harvest Festival before a gunman opened fired on the crowd of fans. In a recent interview, John Osborne got choked up thinking about their fans in the audience.

“It’s hard,” John says in a clip, wiping tears from his eyes. “They’re family. Every person that’s ever come out to a show of ours, they feel like family to us. We feel like we owe them everything.”