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WATCH: Dad and Daughter's 'Frozen' Duet Is Our Favorite Remix Yet

Dad and daughter team up for adorable (and passionate) "Frozen" duet

OK, we know what you're thinking: "Please, NOT another 'Frozen'-themed YouTube video! I've had about all I can take!"

Does that about sum your thoughts up on the matter? We don't blame you, but bear with us on this one, because the latest "Frozen" video to go viral is definitely worth a watch. (Yes, we realize we've said that about 50 times in the last 7 months, but we really mean it this time!)

The clip is another dashboard cam-style video, shot while one hilarious dad named Billy is driving his 3-year-old daughter Blakely around in the car. As "Let It Go" comes over the radio, Blakely immediately begins to belt it out along with Adele Dazeem Idina Menzel from her car seat.

But she's not alone. Right on cue, Dad joins in, as well, despite not exactly knowing every word (though how that's possible at this point, we have no idea). No matter though – he still puts in an impassioned performance complete with side commentary, hilarious facial expressions, and even a "get it, girl!" thrown in to encourage his daughter's high notes. But our real favorite part comes when the two gear up to belt out the chorus.

Give it a watch (and thank us later).

Yep. Looks like this dad isn't being driven absolutely mad by the "Frozen" soundtrack as, say, certain other dads were last week. Ryan O'Quinn and Todd Wilkerson's video went viral after they hilariously parodied "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" by rewriting the lyrics to be about just how nuts a parent can go from hearing Disney songs on loop for months at a time.

While we definitely feel their pain to an extent, we're much more on board with this dad's approach to it all — which is to just give up already, embrace it, and LET IT GOOOOO, LET IT GOOOOOO!

Image via YouTube

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