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Dad Gets So Sick of ‘Let It Go’ He Records His Own Version! (VIDEO)

This guy has heard enough.

This guy has heard enough.

If you are one of the zillions of parents being besieged by kids who won’t stop playing and singing the mega-hit, “Let It Go”from the wildly popular Disney film, Frozen, well, you’re not alone any more.

Musician, Joshua Elson, got so tired of hearing his own kids (and wife) sing the song, according to a recent Daily Mail article, that he teamed up with a few songwriting friends and wrote his own version of the Adele Dazeem Idina Menzel song that has been bombarding kid’s bedrooms all over the world lately.

In it, he laments his true feelings about how the tune has penetrated even his subconscious so strongly that he now finds himself unable to dislodge the melody from his own mind.

Nightmarish stuff, indeed.

Maybe the best part of Elson’s parody of the song, which was posted to YouTube by his co-writer, Scott Kramer,  is the fact that he really delivers it with the kind of overwrought sincerity and borderline pretentiousness that the real tune drips with.

But still, despite lots of parents checking out his video, I doubt he’s any threat to the real Let It Go, huh? Because when kids decided they are in love with a song, there is simply no turning back.

Which, come to think of it, is how it should be.

Okay, all you Frozen-Heads … this one’s for you.

 

Video/Image: YouTube/Scott S. Kramer

Info source: The Daily Mail

 

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