Dads Respond to Insanely Catchy Songs from 'Frozen' ... with Insanely Catchy Parody
byKaitlin StanfordJun 23, 2014
Let's be honest: In the last year, Disney's "Frozen" has pretty much put us all under a spell. We took our kids to see the movie (multiple times), immediately downloaded the entire soundtrack, pre-ordered the DVD, watched every single "Frozen" YouTube parody there was, rooted for the cast at the Oscars with unabashed fervor, bought our kids Elsa and Anna dolls (and the dresses, and the weird wigs). We caught "Frozen" fever in every way possible.
But we were also driven slightly insane by it all. And perhaps most insane of all, was Dad, who isn't exactly scoring points at the office by humming "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" from his cubicle every morning.
To illustrate that love-hate relationship we all have with our kid's favorite movies — especially ones like "Frozen," which have such infectious, never-getting-out-of-your-head kind of songs — are two hilarious dads, Ryan O'Quinn and Todd Wilkerson. Together, the pair have created the "Frozen" parody to end all "Frozen" parodies. In it, they both sing to the tune of "For the First Time in Forever," while venting their daily frustrations over being haunted by Disney songs.
We think the final line says it best: "And I know somewhere Walt Disney/Is smiling in his grave. 'Cause while I'm filling up his pockets, while I'm driving up his profits/He's driving me insane!"