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This Traffic Reporter’s Daughter Has Made Him Listen To ‘Let It Go’ A Few Too Many Times

This Traffic Reporter’s Daughter Has Made Him Listen To ‘Let It Go’ A Few Too Many Times

Little kids love Frozen — that is already a well-established fact. But they aren’t the only ones getting creative with their covers of the song hit song ” Let It Go”.  This is my favorite!

Watch WKRC traffic reporters version here.

“I have taken my daughter to see the Disney move Frozen twice. I have watched YouTube videos of the songs from the movie several thousand times with her at home,” WKRC Cincinnati traffic reporter Bob Herzog explains in the clip above. “So a lot of those songs are sort of up in my head. And I thought one of them, if I put my own words to it, really speaks to what a traffic man has to deal with when you have weather conditions like we’ve had this winter.”

And so, the parody “Just Don’t Go” was born.

Herzog, who does a regular “Dance Party Friday” segment, notes that one of his kids seemed embarrassed by the audio version of the song — but we think you’ll agree it’s quite the polar vortex treat.

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