Lily-Rose Depp has inherited her mother's musical skills – chops which she shows off in new film Yoga Hosers

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Consider this our official petition for a mother-daughter duet between Lily-Rose Depp and Vanessa Paradis.

The budding star has certainly inherited her mother’s musical talent, which she shows off for the first time in her new movie Yoga Hosers.

Performing Styx’s tune “Babe” in a new sneak peek from the upcoming horror-comedy, Depp, 17, is the spitting image of Paradis, who also first appeared on the French music scene as a teenager.

Paradis’ first big single, “Joe Le Taxi” – an international hit in 1987 – was recorded when the now-42-year-old was only 14.

In addition to her sweet, soft voice, Paradis shares her daughter’s light blond locks.

Paradis, who modeled extensively and served as a Chanel muse, went on to have several popular singles, including 1992’s “Be My Baby” – a hit even stateside – and “Sunday Mondays.”

Depp’s father is, of course, actor Johnny Depp, Paradis’ former longtime partner. The two also share son Jack, 14.

In Yoga Hosers, Depp appears alongside director Kevin Smith’s daughter, Harley Quinn, as two high school sophomores obsessed with yoga and their phones.

Both Paradis and Johnny have small roles in the film as well.

Yoga Hosers hits theaters Sept. 2.