Anyone who knows me knows that I think Disney is the root of all evil in the world.  How do I know?

That damn movie “Frozen”.  Its your typical Disney MO err ridiculous story about a princess looking for a prince with ridiculous songs that are more addicting that crack cocaine to those in the world without an y chromosome. The whole goal of Disney is to infect little girls with music and princess stories and tie it all together with a song sweeter than any sugar known to man, “Let it go.” Next they market the hell out of it and the next thing you know the poor parent is paying to see the movie, to rent the movie and to eventually buy the movie in HD and play it daily via Amazon.  Oh the humanity…  Death squads in Syria don’t treat their victims like this.

How bad is it? Well there are millions of videos of the silly song “Let it go”.   It has been thought that the song is about just about any subject in the world from princess escaping opressive parents to coming out of the closet to flatulence to Dante’s Inferno.

Finally a Dad has created a parody that evokes my same feelings towards this song.

Written by Scott S. Kramer, Joshua Elson, Tovah Kramer, and Molly Elson.

Performed by Joshua Elson

It all began a few months ago
just a movie or so it seemed
My wife and kids now sing this song
morning, nights, and in between

I even sang along, once or twice, a thousand times
Couldn’t keep it in, heaven knows I tried

It’s in my head, it’s in my dreams,
this freaking song is haunting me
I’ve had enough, this has to stop
Please make it stop

Let it go, Let it go
Can’t hear it one more time
Let it go, Let it go
I think I’m gonna lose my mind

I don’t care
What my kids will say
Let this song be gone
I just can’t take it another day

It’s funny how one kids song
Can make my skin crawl
And the songs that once annoyed me
Don’t get to me at all

It’s time to see what I can do
To stop this song, find something new
No Hans, No Sven, No trolls for me
I’m free

Let it go, Let it go
I’m gonna smash the radio
Let it go, Let it go
No more YouTube videos

Here I stand
And I’m proud to say

Let this song be gone,
The Olaf song is better any way