Adorable Little Boy Goes Viral After With Song About Making Friends
A five-year-old has become an internet pop star after his "excruciatingly catchy" song about friends went viral.
Noah Langley's dad Jon was so impressed with his son's poem about friendship he turned it into a pop song.
The dad and son duo made a music video with Noah singing and playing drums, guitar and keyboard, which they uploaded it to YouTube - and it's incredible...
"Do you like me? I like you, best friends forever, that's what we do," Noah sings.
Incredibly, just days after it went online the video was viewed and shared tens of thousands of times around the world, with some listeners branding the tune "excruciatingly catchy."
Proud dad Jon, 38, a primary school teacher, said: "He writes songs that have positive messages, which reflects his friendly personality."
"His performances are confident and a little crazy, also reflecting his character. He's really proud of it and I think he's a star of the future.
"It all started when he came back from school with a poem he'd done about friendship.
"I read the words and thought this would make a great song so got my acoustic guitar and played a few cords while he recited it."
"But he also came up with a really good chorus for the song so we went into the music room, our converted garage and recorded the song on the computer.
"We pretty much did the filming in an afternoon and I put the song together over a weekend in between marking books.
"The editing of the video took a couple of weeks though. We chose the retro 80s and 90s backgrounds because he loves watching shows like Masters of the Universe and he even has He-Man bed sheets.
"Noah is very musically inclined, even from a young age, there is something you can't teach he has a natural sense of melody."
Noah wrote the lyrics after being taught how to write poems at school.
He said: "I really enjoyed singing and dancing and making the video. When I grow up I want to be a zoo keeper, I like the animals and I especially like the monkeys."
Jon admitted they've even received fan mail since the music video went live on the internet.
He said: "Since the song went online it's been crazy. Everyone seems to be humming along."
Social media users have also praised the creative song, however others have raised concerns over how the catchy lyrics might spread.
Brandon Crane wrote on Facebook: "Please help! My family have got chronic earworm.
"My kids can't stop singing this damn tune and now I've got it stuck in my skull. Wannabe my friend!"
Bryony Taylor tweeted: "The most excruciatingly catchy song of 2019. Well done Noah - can't wait for the follow-up single!"
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