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Meet the Western New York students who love winter so much, they're singing about it

Posted at 5:46 AM, Mar 11, 2019

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — When you've lived through a few Western New York winters, or a few dozen, you may come to grow tired of all the snow and cold.

But it's nice to take a step back and appreciate the sense of awe and wonder with which children look at winter.

That's what students at Elmwood Franklin School did in a new video posted to the school's Facebook.

In the video, the students at the private school in North Buffalo proclaim their love for winter and all the activities that come with it, such as building snowmen, sledding and skiing. And they do it to the tune of an song named "Snow Boots." It's a take on Alice Merton's "No Roots."

So far, the video is a big hit. As of Monday morning, it's been shared nearly 100 times.