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The Annoying Kids' Songs Parents Can't Get Out Of Their Heads, Remixed

"These songs haunt our dreams. Help us."

One unexpected consequence of raising little kids is the never-ending repetition of annoying kids' songs that get stuck in your head and cause you to sing things like "Zooming through the sky, Little Einsteins" when you're all alone.

In his latest "New Father Chronicles" video, dad La Guardia Cross put together a video of parents singing those irritatingly addictive songs, which have "brainwashed" them for life.

It's a delightful medley of lines like "This is the song that never ends," "Doc McStuffins, Doc McStuffins" and "If you're happy and you know it!"

Cross' caption sums up this source of parental anguish: "These songs haunt our dreams. Help us."

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