Dad Performs Adorable Duet With His Daughter Of This Classic 'Toy Story' Song

Whenever I think of the movie Toy Story, I think about that gross next door neighbor kid who tortured the toys and how every single neighborhood has a horrible menace like that roaming about.

Then I think of the iconic Randy Newman track in the film, “You’ve Got A Friend In Me.” In case you don’t know what I’m talking about, listen to this amazingness below.

Now it’s almost impossible to think that this iconic track could get even better. I mean just try listening to it and not think about your childhood or the first time you saw that amazing animation and started feeling bad for Woody and how he was no longer the subject of Andy’s adoration.

And just when you thought you couldn’t love that song anymore, this dad went and did a duet with his 3-year-old daughter.

Once Claire Ryann opens her mouth to sing, the song takes on a whole new meaning. How this dad and his baby girl made the song entirely their own is pretty incredible.

After their recording went viral, they performed it live, too.

 Little Claire, now 4-years-old, seems to have a penchant for singing Disney tracks. Here she is rocking The Little Mermaid’s “Part of Your World”.

Daddy-daughter duos are amazing.

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Demi Lovato And Joe Jonas Recreated Their ‘Gotta Find You’ Duet From Camp Rock

Disney fans that were in Future Now’s Washington, DC stop on Tuesday night were in for quite the treat when Joe Jonas walked onstage to join Demi Lovato and his brother Nick.

Fans started cheering within the first few strums as he took them eight years back by singing “Gotta Find You” from Disney’s hit TV Movie Camp Rock.

Demi followed up by performing the movie’s female protagonist Mitchie Torres’s “This Is Me” while Nick accompanied her on guitar.

Fans had a blast.  Demi and Joe even hugged it out before Joe said, “Now that we did all the sentimental bullshit, let’s have some fun,” and went right into DNCE’s “Cake By The Ocean.”

Here’s a closer look at the trip back in time from another fan:

This was the movie that launched their careers 8 years ago, and they’ve shown fans that despite all their success, they haven’t forgotten their roots.

(h/t mtv)

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