No problem here!
After 13, you can make your own decisions as to what you expose yourself to, and find acceptable. This song is fine to have playing in the car if your toddler is going for a drive with you. Wonderful positive message. If the song is playing in the car while your driving, I wouldn't see any sense in changing it. Also a note to other reviewers. The name of this website is "Common Sense Media." Please use some common sense when writing reviews. When your kid gets to middle school and high school, it's a lot harder to "protect" your kids from things like soda, curse words, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, and gay people. But really, why would you want to? Let your teens think for themselves, make their own decisions, and develop their own thoughts as to what they find acceptable, and unacceptable. Instead of restricting them and censoring things in their life, give them guidance in the right direction. Help them to broaden their horizons, and expose them to culture! If they are feeling opinionated about something, encourage them to write a "newspaper article" about it! Ask them the questions they provide on this site! As they go on in life, they will have a vast array of knowledge, examples, and life lessons outside of just, "what mom and dad told me," in the hopes that they can make smart and intelligent decisions for themselves one day. If you have experiences of your own, share them! Tell them crazy stories about your youth! Share exciting stories about Grateful Dead concerts, and waking up in peoples lawns! I know my mom did! And today I'm a well rounded, cultured individual, and I form my own opinions and do what I feel is right, and follow my heart. So what I guess I'm really trying to say, is that your job as a parent, is to use your best judgement, to help your kid use their best judgement in making decisions on what they will do in their life. Anyways.... Most younger kids don't pay attention to the lyrics anyways, just like the way it sounds, and the voice of the singer. Sorry for the lecture. Carry on!
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