Anyone reading this who has a little girl, or who knows a little girl has surely seen this film. And you surely know this song. So I am sorry if you have already watched the film a thousand times and have really had enough of it.
But this song is just too good not to share. It's the perfect song to sing along in your shower, in your car, at home by yourself...just let yourself go! (And yes, singing is very good for your prononciation. And your spirit.)
Vocabulary focus: The cold never bothered me anyway.
This phrase - it doesn't bother me or it bothers me - is one you will hear a lot. It means that it doesn't disturb me, I'm ok with it.
For example, "making lots of mistakes when I speak French doesn't bother me."
Or "My noisy neighbours really bother me."
What doesn't bother you? What bothers you? Hopefully this song doesn't bother you!
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