Toddler's Song 'Dinosaurs in Love' Goes Viral, Leaving Adults Reaching for Tissues Across the Globe
"She came up with all the words herself and I helped her a little bit with the tune," Tom Rosenthal wrote on Twitter
Singer Tom Rosenthal has discovered that he is not the only musician in the family after his 3-year-old daughter penned a sweet, yet heartbreaking song that went viral.
Rosenthal shared Fenn’s song, titled “Dinosaurs in Love”, explaining: “My nearly 4 year old daughter, recorded her first ever solo song today.”
“She came up with all the words herself and I helped her a little bit with the tune. It’s called ‘Dinosaurs in Love.'”
In the song, which is exactly 1 minute, Fenn croons “Dinosaurs eating people,” with her dad serving as background vocals.
“Dinosaurs in Love,” Fenn belts out adding, “Dinosaurs having a party.”
“They eat fruit and cucumber/They fell in love,” Fenn sings as her dad asks, “Then what did they do?”
“They say ‘Thank you,'” Fenn croons before the song transitions into a much more somber melody.
“A bing bang came, and they died,” Fenn sings in reference to their extinction.
“Dinosaurs/Dinosaurs fell in love,” she continues. “But they didn’t say goodbye/But they didn’t say goodbye.”
The post has since filled with messages from Twitter users, commenting on how the song made them tear up.
“Was not ready for that ending. Actually,” another commenter expressed.
“One day you’re eating fruit and cucumber and the next you’re extinct. Rough times,” a different person tweeted.
Rosenthal is a British singer-songwriter and composer.
He is most known for his tracks “It’s OK,” “Go Solo,” and his music videos “A Thousand Years,” and “As Luck Would Have It”.