The world's youngest Dallas Cowboys fan seems to be a baby girl recovering from heart surgery in Fort Worth.

3-month-old Lola Catron was born with a congenital heart defect and had her first surgery three days after she was born. She had a second surgery last week, and must undergo a third before her third birthday, WFAA-TV reports.

Understandably, Lola is in pain and gets upset, and her parents have found that listening to the Dallas Cowboys stops Lola's crying and seems to have a calming effect on her.

Lola's family posted a video to Facebook demonstrating the remarkable effect America's Team has on their daughter when she's upset.

Lola's been through quite an ordeal, and it's far from over. Her family's medical bills have been piling up, and friends of the Catron family have set up a GoFundMe account to help.

The Cowboys face off against the Green Bay Packers this Sunday. Lola's mother, Laura, says they better win for her daughter and her little heart.

We couldn't agree more.