When Robby Parker, 41, decided to upgrade the music on the drive to school from Kidz Bop to Queen he had no idea his three children would embrace "Bohemian Rhapsody" with such enthusiasm.
"The first time I sang it for them they looked at me kind of funny," Parker told ABC News.
But the next day his three-year-old son requested it.
"My son said, 'Let's hear the crazy song again,'" Parker said. "By the end of the week they knew all the words. … It's the only song everyone has been enthusiastic about."
Parker, a financial adviser from Marietta, Ga., says the song is the perfect length because if he is able to make two traffic lights it ends as they are pulling into school.
"They are just the most fantastic kids in the world. It's just a joy to hang out with them in the mornings," he told ABC News.
The foursome was having so much fun Parker wanted to share the sing-along with family and friends. He posted the video on YouTube and it now has more than 100,000 views.