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This Incredible Christmas Light Show Tells Us What The Fox Says

Someone give this man a "Father of the Year" award.

To please his young daughter, software engineer Jay Perkins, of Tulsa, Okla., created a mastermind Christmas light show in his front yard in sync with the viral hit song "The Fox" by Ylvis, ABC reports.

The 49-year-old established the tradition of creating incredible light landscapes in 2005 and always begins building the productions on Nov 1.

“I always try and have it running on Thanksgiving Day so that families in the neighborhood that have visiting family can have their kids enjoy the show before they have to leave,” he told ABC News.

According to a description of Perkins' YouTube video, the father used between 25,000-30,000 animated LED lights to bring the display to life. He said the local kids really love the song.

"Almost all of my daughters friends can actually sing this song word for word," Perkins wrote below the clip, which has garnered more than 100,000 views.

Last year, he designed a similar spectacular in sync with PSY's "Gangnam Style." Honestly, we couldn't pick a favorite.

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