Toddler's Tearjerking Song 'Dinosaurs in Love' Goes Viral

January 30, 2020

A 3-year-old may have just penned the best song of 2020.

Singer Tom Rosenthal learned that musical talent runs in the family after his young daughter, Fenn, wrote her very first song, which she also produced and sang.

Rosenthal shared the song on social media with the caption, “She came up with all the words herself and I helped her a little bit with the tune. It’s called ‘Dinosaurs in Love.'”

The song, which hits the 1-minute mark, finds Fenn crooning about dinosaurs having a party and falling in love.

“They eat fruit and cucumber / They fell in love,” Fenn sings before her dad asks, “Then what did they do?”

That’s when the song takes a heartbreaking and somber turn as Fenn brings up death and extinction.

“A big bang came, and they died,” Fenn sings before adding, “Dinosaurs / Dinosaurs fell in love / But they didn’t say goodbye / But they didn’t say goodbye.”

The incredibly woke song garnered a huge response on social media from users who said the song made them emotional.

“Was not ready for that ending. Actually,” one commenter noted.

“One day you’re eating fruit and cucumber and the next you’re extinct. Rough times,” another user tweeted.

Another quipped, “I didn’t expect to have my heart broken but here we are.”

“The end hit me like a meteor,” another replied.

One user said the song served as a reminder to “always tell the dinosaurs close to you that you love them.”

It’s safe to say Fenn figured out the winning formula behind writing a song that resonates with large audiences.

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