Fenn whose 'Dinosaurs ln Love' song went viral (Photo Credit: Twitter)
If furry pets like dogs and cats is all that you have in your mind, this four year kid’s love for the long extinct dinosaurs will make you think hard about the catastrophe that the hapless animals had to go through before they left the world. A song going viral online, sung by a four year old kiddo about 'Dinosaurs in Love' will not just make Ross from Friends all teary eyed but will also break your heart.
British musician Tom Rosenthal recently took to Twitter to share the song that was written and composed by his four-year-old daughter, Fenn. Titled 'Dinosaurs in Love', this tear-jerker about doomed dinosaurs has taken social media by storm.
According to Rosenthal, his daughter Fenn came up with all the words in a the four line long heart wrenching song all by herself and he helped her a little with the tune. While the song starts off in a chirpy spirit with dinosaurs at a party eating "people", "fruit and cucumber", it soon takes a tragic turn about the big bang and how they left the world in love without a goodbye. The song although written by an innocent four-year-old resonates with the stark realities of life and how the world can change in a moment.
Fenn, 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’. ðŸ¦•âÂÂ¤ï¸ÂÂðŸ¦• pic.twitter.com/erCgG0sUvP— Tom Rosenthal (@tomrosenthal) January 28, 2020
Since being shared online on Wednesday, 'Dinosaurs in Love' has collected 5.1million views and over 2.4 lakh 'likes' and 64 thousand retweets. It has also garnered appreciative comments from thousands, including music-streaming app Spotify who were interested in knowing if three-year-old Fenn had decided on an official release date.
Has Fenn decided on an official release date yet? ðŸ¦•ðŸ’š— Spotify (@Spotify) January 29, 2020
Netizens can get enough of her innocent voice and the hard-hitting lines and shared comments like, “The end hit me like a meteor”. Here are some other reactions.
The end hit me like a meteor— Gecko (@geckoofficial) January 28, 2020
One day you're eating fruit and cucumber and the next you're extinct. Rough times— joe perera (@Langoh) January 28, 2020
The note on "cucumber" - baby girl was feelin it— kkismetðŸ‘‘ðŸ’• (@kiraalex) January 30, 2020
Then they didn't say goodbye got me.ðŸ˜‚ pic.twitter.com/tbXhM7iWpV
This was beautiful!! âÂÂ¤âÂÂ¤— ... (@kilonpop) January 29, 2020
When she sang that they died, were in love and didn't say goodbye ðŸ˜ðŸ˜ðŸ˜ðŸ˜ pic.twitter.com/9LPnBZTFu9
In an interview with CNN, Rosenthal revealed Fenn can hardly count till 20, so she has no idea what 5 million viewership is but she has a great sense of timing.