Jack Frost (1998) - full transcript

Jack Frost is a singer who's on the road most of the time so he can't spend a lot of time with his son Charlie, although they love each other very much. When Jack dies in a car accident, Charlie becomes a very sad young man, until... Jack returns as a snowman! Now they can do all the things they've missed when Jack was human, but what will people think when they see Charlie talking to a snowman and what will happen when the weather gets warmer?

Man: We're going to do
a Christmas tune for you now.

You got to trust me.

This one is just
a little bit different.

It combines the Christmas colors

red, green...

and blues!

♪ Frosty the Snowman

♪ Was a jolly,
happy soul ♪

♪ He was smokin'
his pipe, baby ♪

♪ His two eyes were made
of coal ♪

♪ And Frosty the Snowman

♪ Is a fairy tale,
they say ♪

♪ He was made of ice
and snow ♪

♪ Then he came to life
one day ♪

♪ Frosty the Snowman

♪ Was as bad
as he could be ♪

♪ And the children say
he could laugh and play ♪

♪ Just the same
as you and me ♪

Here we go!



Hey, man, check it out.

It's the Jack Frost Band.

They're digging it.
They're loving it.

We got to sign these guys.

♪ There must have been
some magic ♪

♪ In the air that night

♪ Or that old silk hat
they found ♪

♪ For when they laid it
upon his head ♪

♪ He began
to hootchy-koo around ♪

♪ Frosty the Snowman

♪ Is a fairy tale,
they say ♪

♪ He was made of ice
and snow ♪

♪ Till he came to life

♪ One day

Sweet Lou!
Beat 'em, man!

Radio announcer:
That was Medford's own Jack Frost Band,

best little band
no one's ever heard of.

That was recorded live last night
at Denver's music hall.

Don't ask us how we got the tape.
They are due for a break.

More music coming your way

from the seventies and nineties.

No sixties, no eighties,
I promise.

Central Colorado's classic rock.

School's out!

No running!
Feet are for walking!

Merry Christmas, everybody!

See you next year!

Merry Christmas, Miss Clark!

Hey, Charlie!


Have a great vacation, Charlie.

Snowball fight!

Charlie! All right!
The brain is here!

What's going on?

The seventh graders
have us pinned down.

Now they've pulled out
the heavy artillery.

Come on, man.
How bad could it be?

...2, 3!



What was that?


We tried to tell you!
Rory Buck.



Girl: Charlie! Charlie!
You got to help him!

Natalie! Help!

Heh heh! Eat snow,
you little wieners.


All right. Huddle up.
Come on.

Remember what we learned
in history class, right?

Not really.


Ugh! If you want
to stop an army,

stop the general.

You're gonna take on Rory Buck?

Trust me, Tuck.
You draw their fire.

Yeah. OK.
Good luck, man!

Rory: Fire!


Get him!

Hey! I dare you
to hit me!

Ow! Ooh! Aah!

Load me up!

You all right?

Come on! Give me
your best shot!

You can do better than that,
can't you?

Oh! OK.
That was a good one.

Go, go, go! Run!



Come on, Alexander!

What'd you do
that for, butthead?

Look. That little twerp
is getting away.

Run like the wind, Alexander!

Oh! Oh!
Are you OK?

I'll take care
of this one myself.

Hold your fire!

Rory is pissed!

Well, well, well...
little Charlie Frost.

Hanging with
the second graders now?

Get off, Rory.

I got a present for you.

Boy: Nail him, Rory!

I like presents.

Can you say brain freeze?


Brain freeze.

Boy: Way to go, buddy!

All right, Charlie!

This isn't the end of it, Frost!


Oh, yeah!
Way to go!

Shut up!

Hey, you OK?

Good man.

Thanks, Charlie.
You're amazing.

No problem.

See you at hockey, Charlie!

See you, Natalie!

Good job, dude.
See you later!

Man: ♪ Baby

♪ Merry Christmas, baby

♪ Sure do treat me nice

♪ Merry Christmas, baby

♪ Sure do treat me nice

♪ Oh, yeah

♪ Buy me diamond rings
for Christmas ♪

Hey, Chester.
Come on, boy.


Hey, Dad?


Oh. Hey, Mom.

Charlie, it's a long drive
from Denver.

You know he won't
be back until late.

This drain...
I don't get it.

Sometimes it works.
Sometimes it doesn't.


So not turning over
your report card right away

is a bad sign.

Oh! Here.

I'm gonna go play
hockey in the driveway.

Hey, hey, hey!
Running away... that's another bad sign.


You may have
your father's looks,

but you get your
brains from me. Yes!

Good work, Charlie!

Wait till your dad sees this.

Jack: Excuse me. Miss?


Listen, my car
broke down back here.

I was wondering
if I could borrow a couple of bucks

till I get to a gas station.

Money? I'm sorry.
My husband is a musician.


Is he any good?

Well, yeah.


You know, I also left
my lip balm in the car.

So I'm out, and I think
I'm feeling a little, uh...


Chapped, yeah. I was wondering
if I could borrow some lip balm.

I don't know
if you're going to like what I got.

Do you mind if I try?


You like it?

You know, I can't tell.

Let me just...

I missed you.

OK. That's for you.
What's for me?

I hope you brought me
chocolates. Yes!

He waited up
as long as he could.

Wow. Let's get him up.

No. Don't
get him up.

Come on.

Come on. He's got
the whole vacation to sleep.

Honey. Hon...

Charlie. Charlie.

Dude. Charlie boy.

Charlie boy.


Get up, man.

Oh, I was just resting my eyes.

You were?

Wow. Looked like
you were sleeping.

Didn't it look like that?

You looked like you were asleep.

Looked exactly
like you were asleep.

No. I was
waiting up for you.

OK. You can go back to sleep.
I just wanted to say hi.

Oh, I wanted to give you
a weather update, too.

It's snowing!

Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah.

Yes! Can I, Mom?


Can I, Mom?

Aw, Dad, not another fathead.

He's not a fathead.
He's just really smart,

so he needs a really big cranium
for his brain.

Now what?

Um, nose.
Come on. Nose.


Dad! I said nose!

I thought you said hose!


Ha ha ha!



Dad, give me your hat.
Thank you.

Yes! Perfect.

How's he look?

He looks like you.

He does?

Only a little cuter.

Good one, Mom.



Cuter than this?

Aw, don't even...

Aah! Ha ha!

You are so dead!

Ow! Right
in the butt!

Jack: You know what?
You throw like a girl.

Welcome home, Jack! Now go to sleep!

Sorry, Mrs Wilkins!

Hey, seriously, from this angle,

she looks hot
in that flannel nightgown.


Shh! Shh!

Hey, what, are you
pulling an all-nighter?

Get your skinny little butt
in that bed.

Nice work on that snowman
today, dude.

Except you made his head way too big.

I made the head too big?

You put the bottom ball
on the top ball.

How you doing?

How was Denver?

Denver was cool.
How are the guys?

The guys are great.
Everybody says hi to you.


Is there anything
you need to show me?


Like, you know,
something in the shape of a present?

You mean, from the gig?

Like maybe those plastic swords

they stick through
the olives and the onions?

Yeah, like, for the martinis
that Mom packs in my lunch.

Mom is making you
martinis for lunch?

I'm up to two now, two a day.


I brought you this.

Whoa. One
of your harmonicas?


That's one of my
really old harmonicas.

You sure you want me
to have this?

Absolutely I want
you to have it.

Where'd you get it?

Where'd I get it?
I got that from, uh...

from an old famous blues player

named Sonny Boy Wayne.

Yeah. Right.

I did.
Sonny Boy Wayne.

This cat was, 9 feet tall
and could play, man.

There was, a white light
around him.

He gave you this?
He gave me this.

He said,
"Son, I want you to have this."

"It's going to
give you the power."

Come on, Dad. Seriously,
where'd you get it?

You want to know where I got it?

I got that...

the morning you were born.


A little music store
right across the street

from the hospital.
I walked out in a great mood,

bought myself that harmonica,

and I've never had a harmonica

that played better
than that one.

It's my favorite one.
Now it's yours.


You're welcome.
Now go to sleep.

Son, I want you to go to sleep now.

That's awesome.

See you in the morning.

Hey, Dad?

We're playing hockey tomorrow.
Can you come?

Yes, sir.
Oh, wait a minute.

Can't. We have to go
into the studio tomorrow.

You know, the game's
not till 4.00,

and it's against our arch rivals,
the Devils.

You're 11,
and you already have arch rivals?


4.00. Yeah.
What am I thinking?

I'm there. I'm there.


Hey, you know another thing
about this harmonica?

It has magic powers.
Yeah. Right.

Yeah. Right.
I'm serious.

When you play that,
no matter where I am,

I can hear it.


I'm telling you.
Good night.

Good night.

Love you.
Go to sleep.

You looking for the power?

Just testing it.

Major label, huh?
So what do you think of this Kaplan kid?

I like him. He's smart.
He really knows music.

And you know what? He gets us.
This guy really get us.

Oh, good.

Hey, how's things
down at the bank?

How's that new guy
in the loan department?

Oh, Glenn?
He's a nice guy.

He hit on me.


How about that?
Guys don't even check for rings anymore.

Relax. He's 63.
I straightened him out.

You straightened him out?

What exactly does that mean?

Stop it.

No wonder he hit on you.
Look at you.

I don't wear this to the bank.

You're barely wearing it here.

Mmm. Sing me
a smile.

OK. Well...

♪ The driver on the bus says,
"Move on back" ♪

No. Sing me the other one...
my song.

♪ Every time
we say good-bye ♪

♪ I die a little

Mmm. Take off
your boots.

♪ Every time
we say good-bye ♪

Oh, man, if I had
one hit song...

Mmm. You will.

I'd make you guys
really proud of me.

We're already really proud
of you.

I'd buy you a nice big house.

I'd settle for a new sink.

I'd get you a new car,
like a Porsche or something.

Anything but a Jeep
is a sissy car.

I'd get you some diamonds.


All I need is you.

I love you, Gab.

I love you, too.

♪ 'Cause when
you're near me ♪

♪ There's such
an air of spring ♪

♪ About ev...

I'll bet you would like
a snow blower, though.

Lift it up.

I don't remember you hanging

this many Christmas lights
last year.

That's because
I didn't hang this many.

A little straighter.
Yeah. Yours is crooked on that side.

If you come down
a bit at your end...

No. You've come
too far now.

You see? You've gone
too far there.

Careful, Mac.
You don't want to be

on the wrong end
of that left hook.

Bye, baby.

I'll be in the car, baby.

In front of the goal!

All right! Ooh!
A little wide, but nice shot.

Who taught you that shot?

Coach Gronic.

Dicky Gronic?
Dicky Gronic is your coach?

Dicky Gronic can't play hockey.

Dad, Sid Gronic.

Oh, Sid Gronic is good.
Sid Gronic is very good.

He's really one of the best
players we knew,

if he could stay out of prison.

What was that?

That's a little thing
I like to call the J-shot.

Come on. Teach me.
All right. Come here.

You're big enough
to handle this now.

Come on, Jack.
We got to go.

Be with you in one second.

Hold on a minute, dude.

The guy is coming down
right here... defensive man.

Bring it back on the toes
and stick to the heel.

Now, cut it loose!

Nice shot. Very good.

So... hold on.
I still don't get it.

I'll show you when I come back.

I gotta learn it
for the game today.

I'll teach you when I come back.

But, Dad, I want to...

"Butt-Dad"? Did you
just call me Butt-Dad?

Is that the kind of thing Coach Gronic
is teaching you guys? Butt-Dad?

By the way, that would
make you Butt-Boy. Bye.

Bye, Butt-Family.

See you in a little while.
Love you guys. Bye.


All right.

Aw, man.

Man: OK. First period is behind us.
Forget about it.

God knows I'm going to try.

Look, I know you're just kids

and we're really here
to teach you

about fair play and sportsmanship
and all that crap,

but I am so tired

of looking up at that scoreboard

and seeing that we're behind the Devils
again and again and again!

Lighten up, Dad.


History is made by winners...



Now, I want you
to go out there...

and wipe the ice
with their filthy butts!

All right?!

Play clean.
Have a good game.

Boy: Come on, guys.
Whup 'em!

Hey, Rory.

Heh heh! Hey, sweetheart.
Miss me?


Man: Let's nail it guys.

You're getting tighter.
We're almost there.

♪ I get confused, baby

♪ I get confused
and so upset ♪

♪ I get scared, baby

♪ I get so scared,
I start to sweat ♪

♪ Ooh, I'm somewhere
in the middle ♪

♪ Not remotely
in the centre of it all ♪

♪ Oh, yeah

♪ Don't lose your faith
in me, baby ♪

♪ Just lean a little
my way ♪

♪ Hey, baby

Ah, you know, sometimes
it's going to get dark, baby.

♪ Whoo

Wrap your arms around me.
I got a big, strong neck.


Hold on tight.
Here we go.

♪ Don't lose your faith
in me, baby ♪

Gabby: Come on,

♪ Just lean a little
my way ♪

Oh, man, oh, man, oh, man.

Good luck, Jack.

I'm afraid I'll need it.
See you later.

All right, Mac.

I hope this is not bad.

How bad is it?

Yeah. That's
what I thought.

Boy, something smells goo...

You promised him, didn't you?

Why'd you go and do that, Jack?

How many times have I told you?

If you're not gonna be there,

don't say you're gonna be there.

You know how I knew
you promised him?

He kept looking at me
in the stands.

After about...
I don't know... the 40th time,

I realized
he expected you there.

Jack, I don't care
if you get too busy

or you flake out on me.

I care but I chose it.
I married you. I'll deal with it.

He didn't choose this, Jack.

One of these days, Charlie's
gonna score his first goal,

and you won't see it,
like you never saw him with measles

or when he jammed the Fig Newton's
into the slide projector.

Those things only happen once.
Then they're gone.

Don't, Jack.

You said enough.

Hey, buddy.

Charlie: Hey.

How'd you guys do?

We got killed.


Hey, Charlie...

I'm really sorry
I didn't make it.

I'm really sorry, man.

Hey, look...

I got to talk to you about something.
It's, uh...

really important.


You know how you always wanted
to be the next Wayne Gretzky?

Well, I always had
a dream, too...

ever since I was about your age.

I just... I just really wanted to be
a great musician.

I just wanted to be
a real player.

I wanted to be able to
make a living doing what I love,

and I really want to make a nice living
for you and me and Mom.

Well, see...

that might be...

kind of starting to happen.

That's good, Dad.

Yeah, it is good,

and it's really, really good

for you to have a dream.

Tricky part here is sometimes

if you're not careful,
you can...

I don't know...

kind of turn into kind of a...

Selfish jerk.

All right.


So are all musicians
really flaky?



basically, I think.

I mean, all the drummers.

Ha ha!

OK, here's an idea.

Been thinking
about this one for a while.

You, me, Mom...

we go to the cabin
up at Pinetop.

We have a real
Christmas vacation.

Just us... no phone,
no TV, no band, nothing.

What do you think?


Will you teach me
the J-shot?

I will teach you
the J-shot.

Hold on a second.

No TV?

Yeah, I know.
I was thinking about that, too.

Maybe a little TV.

OK, cool.


Ooh, yeow!

How bad was it?

I think Coach Gronic
popped a vein.

Let's see. Here, hon.
Let me get that bag.

I forgave you last night.

Can you grab one of these?

Hey, Dad.

Hey, what do you got in there...
a dead body?

No, just, like, Game Boy,
batteries, food, clothes...

We're only going
to be there for 3 days!

Dad, we could get snowed in for months.
You'll thank me.

Grab the phone, will you?

All right.

Hello. Yeah, sure.
Hold on a second.

Hey, Dad, it's for you.

John Kaplan?

Here. I'll meet you
in the car.

I just got this, uh...

kind of unbelievable phone call.



The record company
heard our tape.

Went nuts.
They love us.

They're, like, 99% sure
they want to sign us.

Charlie: Yes!
Oh, honey!

Dad, this is awesome.
That's great!

Yeah, I think.
What's the matter?

Well, the head of Asylum
has to see us.

He's going to sign one.
There's 3 other bands in the running.

He'll sign us only if
we go to Aspen for his party.




Jack, no.
There's got to be

another time
that he can see you.

There's no other time.
This is it.


Forget it.
It's too hard because...

No, no, no. Hold on.
Hold on a second.

Let's see if we can
work this out, OK?

How long do you have to play?

I don't know.
That's a good point.

We could maybe play half-hour...
2, 3 tunes.

You don't have to
play a whole set.

They'll tell what you sound like
after a few songs, get outta there...

Maybe I could borrow Mac's car,

and I could drive back.

That way I could be back
by Christmas night,

but I'm gonna miss Christmas day
for sure, but...


Charlie, what's this?
I gave this to you.

I don't want it.

Man: ♪ Oh, every time

♪ We say good-bye

♪ I sigh a little

This is going to be
a great gig, man.

We're going to rock
this guy's house.

He'll have to remodel
when we're done.

This is the one.
I'm telling you, this is a good thing.

When do you
want me to pull over?

Right now. Over here.
What am I, crazy?

I got a great wife.
a great kid.

I'm not living this life anymore.
Am going home.

Good for you.
You're making the right decision.

Mac: They're going to
like us next week.

It's Christmas.
They'll mail us the contract.

How am I gonna
explain this to the guys?

Are you nuts?
Watch this.

Mac: Hey, guys.


The gig's off.

Thank you, Santa!

Nobody wanted to come
in the first place.

Lou's mom's offered to cook us
Christmas dinner.

Merry Christmas, boys.
I'm going to the cabin to see my family.

I'm going to take
the 40 to Highway 2...

Jack. Jack!

Why don't you take the car?

It would be faster that way.

Woman: ♪ Told you, baby,
one more time ♪

♪ Don't make me sit
all alone and cry ♪

♪ Well, it's over,
I know it ♪

♪ But I can't let go

♪ I'm like a fish out of water,
a cat in a tree ♪

♪ You don't even want
to talk to me ♪

♪ Well, it's over...

Where did he say that spot was?

There it is.

Come on, Mac.

♪ Says he's sorry,
then he puts me out ♪

♪ I got a big chain
around my neck... ♪

Woman: Merry Christmas!
Have a great vacation.

Merry Christmas, Charlie.


Man: ♪ You can say
you're coming back ♪

♪ Or you can say
you're leavin' ♪

♪ I wish that you would
let me know ♪

♪ So I could stop
grievin'... ♪

Frost, you big butthead!

Forget it, Rory.

He's no fun to pick on anymore

since his old man died.

Well, it's time he gets over it.

I never even met my old man.

♪ Gone
and I'm feelin' low ♪

Hey, Charlie, want a lift home?

I'm not going home.

Shouldn't be walking down
the middle of the road.

No one's around.
It's all right.

OK, well, I'll, uh...
I'll see you tonight.


I'm baby-sitting.

Well, not baby-sitting...
you're not a baby,

but we can kind of hang out
while your mom Christmas-shops.

Oh. All right.

♪ The clouds roll back,
but they can't... ♪

See you later, Charlie.

♪ Every time
I turn around ♪

♪ You're leavin'
again ♪

♪ Leavin' again

Hey, sorry, dude!

Damn it!

Damn it!

Gabby: Charlie, honey, don't worry.
I'll drive through it.

Mom, I can get it!

Charlie, really, it's OK.

No, Mom, it's not OK. Hold on.



Charlie, Charlie,
it's OK! It's OK.

Charlie, Charlie,
it's OK. It's OK.

It's OK. It's OK.


It's OK.

I miss him, too.

It's going to be OK,
honey. I promise.

Gabby: Here you go.


How you doing, Little Bear?


I think I'm gonna stay home.

You know, we'll hang out.

No, Mom.
I'll be fine.

I've done all my Christmas shopping.
I'm good.

Mom, me and Mac will be fine.


Want a marshmallow?


What do you want...


Maybe... 4?

Maybe all 500?

Thanks, Mom.

Your dad loved this guy.

They even played together
a couple of times.

Nice to know he had
time for someone.

Come on, Dad, put the head on.

OK, Natalie,
pack some snow in there.

All right, let's go
in the house, you guys.

Come on, it's getting cold.

I'm going to
get you now! Gotcha!

♪ All this wind, just couldn't
stand the weather... ♪

Stevie Nicks: ♪ I took my love,
and I took it down ♪

♪ I climbed the mountain,
and I turned around ♪

♪ And I saw my reflection
in the snow-covered hills ♪

♪ Till the landslide
brought me down ♪

♪ Oh, mirror in the sky,
what is love? ♪

♪ Can the child within my heart
rise above? ♪

♪ Can I sail through
the changin' ocean tides? ♪

♪ Can I handle the seasons
of my life? ♪

♪ Mmm, mmm,
I don't know ♪

♪ Mmm, mmm, mmm, mmm

♪ Well, I been afraid
of changin' ♪

♪ 'Cause I

♪ I built my life
around you ♪

♪ But time
makes you bolder ♪

♪ Children get older

♪ I'm getting older,
too ♪

♪ I'm getting older,
too ♪

♪ So take this love,
take it down ♪

♪ Oh, if you climb a mountain
and you turn around ♪

♪ If you see my reflection
in the snow-covered hills ♪

♪ Well, the landslide
will bring it down, down ♪

♪ And if you see my reflection
in the snow... ♪

♪ Covered...

♪ Hills...

♪ Well, maybe

♪ The landslide will
bring it down ♪

♪ Well, well, the landslide
will bring it down ♪

Jack: I'm home.

Ha ha!

Hey, I'm home!


Hey, Gab.


Man, it's cold.

Hey, could you open up?

Hey, Charlie?

Jack: Charlie?


Charlie, it's me.
It's Dad.

Jack: Charlie.

Could you get the door?



What? What?


No way.


Can't be.

What is that?

Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey!

Hey, what's the mat...
Hey, come on!

That's disgusting!
Chester, it's me!

It's me.
It's Jack!

Oh! Mac.

Get up.
Chester just peed on a live snowman.

No cranberries.


This is not happening.

This cannot be happening.

Hey, Charlie.

Can you let me in?

Charlie, I... Look...

I'm having kind of
a bad day here, buddy.

Come on, Mac.

Ah, this ought to do it.

Hey, kiddo, come on,
it's getting cold out...

Hey! Hey! Hey!

Hey, come Ba... Hey!

That's my, uh...

That's my branch!

Chester, hey.

OK, come on.

Come on. Come on!

This is unbelievable.

When I was a human...

Now all of a sudden
you want to play?

Come on, Chester!

Aah! Ugh!

That's the coldest wedgie
I've ever had.

Well, look what we have here.

Ah, let me pick up my arm.

Is that a snowplow?

Agh! Hello! Ow...

Radio blaring:
♪ Take a free ride

I'm on the front here.

Mr Snowplow driver?

♪ Yeah, yeah,
yeah, yeah ♪


Wonderful service.
Thanks for the lift.


Come on, shake it off.
Shake it off.

It's just snow.



Oh, great.

Talk about your
separation anxiety.

Hey, you!

Ball number two!

Don't just sit there.
Give me a hand.

OK, that's it.
Ugh. Come on. No!

Get the mitten out of my eye.

OK, no. That's my mouth.
Watch my cork.

There we go.
OK, got it. Got it.

Now, watch.

OK, 1, 2, 3.

Whoa! Whoa,
I'm getting dizzy.

I'm getting d...

Man, God, God...

something's missing.



Nice work, ball number 3.

Oh, man, it's bad enough
my ticket got punched,

but to come back like this...
it's embarrassing.


Boy, I've had to put myself
back together

after some rough nights,
but this is-this is ridiculous.

Uh-oh. Gabby.

Don't panic.

Just act, uh...
act real casual.

Yeah, just act casual.

Wait a minute.
I'm a snowman.

There you go.

Hello there.

Maybe Charlie's
snapping out of it.


It's good to see these again.

Let's get you bundled up.

It's going to be a cold one.


Back off!

Oh, Mom, I'm so glad to see you.


Have you been watching
the Sci-Fi Channel again?

No, no.

Oh, Gabby, you're back.

Hey, Charlie's been great
all evening.

What the bloody hell
happened here?

I was thinking the same thing.

Mom, it's the snowman.

I saw it.
Terrific job.

No! Mom, he's alive.

Right. Well,
I better be going.

Not so fast. Honey,
are you sure you're OK?

Mom, I swear to you.

He came to life,
waddled into the street,

and a big snowplow
took him away.



I guess it got a cab back then.



Thanks, Mac.

Ah, you're welcome.

Hey, good work.

Jack: Ah, Gabby,
you look good.

Oh, man.

I never did fix that.

Oh, man, why me?

Why a snowman?

I mean, could the Universe
really be that unoriginal?

I don't know.

I mean, is it the name
"Jack Frost"?

Because if that's it,
that's not even clever.

I should accept it.

I'm a frozen freak of nature.

I just want to know why.

I'm just...
Could you just give me...

I just need some kind of...

Could I just have
some kind of sign?

What the...?

Well, at least
it's not a snowplow.


Sid Gronic?

Sid, is that you?

I've been hearing
great things about you.

Seriously, Sid, could you...

Aah! Aah!

Hey, wait, wait, wait, wait!

Wait! Hey, Sid!


Where are you going?

Wait! Oh...

Thanks for the help, Sid!

Wait a minute.

I just have to pull
this together now.

When I saw my reflection
I denied what I saw.

That was my denial period.

I go off on Sid.

Clearly I've had
my anger period.

That's what they say you do.

First you deny.
Then you go into anger.

I just have to accept it.

I accept I'm a snowman.


All right.

Come on.

Just a regular snowman, huh?

We'll see about that.


Who are you,
and what do you want?

Start talking, or I'll
turn you into a puddle.

I know you're alive,

so you'd better...

start... talking.

Hey! Hey. Hey,
that thing's hot.

What are you doing?
I'm your father.

That's it. OK.
You're grounded.

Aah! Uh!

Come here.

it's me... Dad.



I can explain everything.

Get away from me!

I can't explain the part
about me being a snowman,

but... Charlie!

Rory: As dumb as me?

Natalie: I hope you know
that school bullies

make up 75% of our
prison population.


Natalie: Come on!
Give it back.

Ooh. Spin move!

Right here. Right here.
Right here. Right here.

Oh, look, it's our little hero.

Rory: Don't worry
about him anymore.

He's not even in the game.

You're so immature.

Come on. Give it back!


Ha ha ha! Ooh, yeah!

Did you guys see that?

Frost. So you do
want a piece of me.

Thought you learned your lesson.

Hey, kid. How's it going?

What are you doing here?

Hey, spaz-boy,
guess it's time for a refresher course.

Oof! Hey!

OK. Snowball fight?

You picked the one area where
you don't wanna mess with me,

and that's snow.


Jack: 3 balls, 2 sticks,
one cork nose. Snowman? No.

Much, much more.
I am the Wizard of Blizzard!

Ha ha ha!

Now run! Run,
you little mountain goats!

Boy. The old wizard
could use a little nap.

Charlie, I'm out of gas. Run!

Let's get him!

Yeah! Get him!

Hold up. He's not
going anywhere. Ha ha!

Hey, where are you
going to go now, Frost?

Hey, be careful!



Charlie: Help!

Just hold on.

I'm coming.
I'm coming.

Aah! Aah!

I'm coming, Charlie!

I can't hold on!

Hold on!
I'm coming.

What are you doing?

Don't you worry.
I'm coming!

Aah! Aah!

Told you I was coming.

Whoo hoo!

Ooh! You know, sometimes it's good
to have a big butt.

Let's get out of here! Whoo!

Yes! Oh, yes!

There he is!

Get him!

Come on, guys.
Go, go, go!

Jack: You steer,
I'll scream.


♪ When I see you

♪ I wanna free you

♪ 'Cause you're always...

Do something!
Zap 'em into ice.

Zap 'em into ice?
Get real.

I don't even have pockets.

♪ Flying to the beat
of our hearts ♪

♪ I wanna make you a star

Duck, Charlie.



Whoo! Whoo hoo!

That'll cool him off.

Hold on!

I am holding on.


♪ Hey now now

♪ Listen, you

♪ Think of all of the time
we've wasted ♪

You the man.

No, you the man.

I'm the snowman.

Ha ha ha!

We're safe.

OK. We're not safe.

Oh! Uh!

What's going on?

Oh, nothing.

Nah. I don't think so.

♪ Looking in, I see
your bright light ♪

♪ Yeah, believe it

♪ When I say...

All right!

♪...be all right

♪ Gonna stay right here
when your sun don't shine ♪

♪ While your head is
still up in the clouds ♪


♪ For crying out loud

♪ Hey now now

Aah! Aah!


Yeah. All right.


♪ When you come and go

♪ It's so hard for me
to sleep at night ♪

♪ Don't ask how,
but dreams come true ♪

Look out!


♪ If you think
that innocence is dead ♪


Ho ho!

Whoa! Yah!

Uh-oh. Time to split.

I'll see you at the bottom.

Whoo hoo hoo!

♪ We can't help
but come together ♪

♪ I'll make you happy



♪ I'll show you what
this love's about ♪


Hey, I've slimmed down.


Ha ha ha! Whoo!



Big air!

Rory: Right
behind you, Frost.

Pull your vehicle
over to the right.

Snowman! Uh!


Uh. Ow!

Aah! Ah.


Aah! Uh.

♪ It's not really
that complicated ♪

♪ Hey now now



Whoo hoo!

Here we go. Yeah.
Catch some air, baby.


This is awesome.

Oh, yeah.

Look out! Look out
for the trees.

Yeah. Big carvin' time.

Big carve.


We were really ripping, man.

That was so cool.
That was great, right?

Did you see that?

One time.

Did you see me going down?

You know, the nice thing
about having these big balls...

excuse me...
for snowboarding is,

look how you can
move around them.

I like the roundedness.
You can throw your weight over,

shift it on this side of the board,
catch an edge.

Better than being skinny.

Hold on. Hold on.
You almost got me killed.

Hey, I saved your
butt, too, pal.

Yeah, right. So I'm supposed to believe
that you're my dad?

Hey, do me a favour...
go easy on me

because I'm having a little bit of trouble
dealing with it myself, OK?

You know, he died a year ago.

I know.
I was there.

You're nuts.

Great. He doesn't
believe me.

As if I don't have enough
on my plate already

with these stick arms
and this humongous butt.

And a dippy walk?

What's wrong with my walk?
Is it that bad?

All right.

So you're my dad, huh?


OK. How'd
my hamster die?

Uh... your hamster?
Heart attack.

Vacuum cleaner.

I bet it had a heart attack
on the way in.


All right.
What position do I play in hockey?

Easy. You're a winger.
Right wing.

What you mean, wrong? You're a wing.

They moved me
to defence last year.

Oh, man, Charlie boy.
I'm really sorry.

I mean, defence
is a good position,

but you're a natural winger.

Hold on. What'd
you call me?

I said...
Ch-Charlie boy.

That's what I always call you.
Charlie boy.




It is me, Charlie.
I'm back.

Hold on. This
is really weird.

I just hugged a snowman.

You were the one
who played on the magic harmonica.

What? Magic harmonica?
I... I thought you made that up!

So did I.

Hey, you know what?

Why don't we just go
home and talk, OK?

You know, catch up on stuff.

And you know something?

I'm hungry.

Jack: Boy, your mom is going to be jazzed
we fixed that sink.

Snow peas. You
should like these.

Level with me,
Charlie. How is she?

She's good.

She moved a picture of
you next to her bed.

What's that?

Oh. Mom's home.

She can't see me like this.

Nobody can see me like this,
but especially her.


Uh... just
a minute, Mom!

Honey, why are all
the windows open?

You got to help me.

Gabby: It's
freezing in here.

Charlie, what's going on?

Uh, science fair project!

You're kidding.

Why is the floor wet?

Well, this science fair project,

it's about what it's like
to live in an igloo,

and Eskimos have wet floors,
Mom. Duh.

Charlie, it's freezing in here.

What is going on?
And what's with all the food?

Oh, I got kind of hungry.

3 bags of veggies?

I got real hungry?



Uh, there's something
that I need to tell you.


This whole science fair thing?

It was Natalie's idea.

OK. Well, just tell Natalie
the next experiment's at her house.

Go, go.
Gabby: Hey, grab some towels

and help me with this, OK?



I think I need a day off.

Ding Dong Burgers asked
real Ding Dong Burger-eaters

what they think
of the new Ding...

Man: I was...

♪ Frosty the Snowman

♪ Had to hurry on his way

♪ But he waved good-bye,
saying "Don't you cry" ♪

♪ "I'll be back again"...

You said the snowman spoke to you?

Sid: Yes.
Yes, he did.

And he knew my name.

Were there any other witnesses?

No. No, there wasn't
any other witnesses.

OK. Back to you...

On the other hand,
in the Rocky Mountain states,

those folks may not be in for
such a white Christmas after all.

Charlie, honey, did
you fix the sink?



Well, how did...

Why is the snowman
facing this way?

I... turned him.

To even out his tan.


Was that Sid I heard
talking on TV?


What was he talking about?

Nothing, really.

Well, you know, I saw him
yesterday at the bank,

and he told me that
you quit the team.

Charlie, you didn't tell me.

You want to talk?

About what?

I don't know.

This hockey thing,
or how you're doing in school.

You tell me.

Mom, I'm trying
to watch the weather.


Oh, Gab.

Gabby, you're going to be
all right. I'm here now.

Well, sort of.

Oh, boy.


Hey, I invented the back-door escape, OK?
What's up?

Well, since you showed up,
Mom thinks I'm nuts,

Rory Buck wants to kill me,

and I'm pretty sure
my dad's a snowman.

So, what's the problem?
Hey. I know yesterday was a rough day.

Things will get better.

Quit following me!

Think about it.
You're a snowman.

People will see you
and cut you up

into numbered
ice-cube trays.

If that's the danger
of hanging out with you, fine.

I'll take the chance.




Really fine.

Fine as wine, yeah?


I can't believe I let you
talk me into this.

I think we look kind of,
you know, cute.

Shh! Somebody's
going to hear you.

Hey, check it out.

What's up with that?

Dude, he ditched us
for a snowman!

Oh, man!

You know, I saw
on the Geology Channel

they can actually turn pine cones
into a home-made explosive device.


So how's your
science fair project coming?

What science fair project?

The one about what it's like...

Isn't that Charlie?


Hey, Mac.

Gabby. Finally come in
for some Christmas lights?

I need a cup of that house paint
you call coffee.

You got it.

So, what's going on?

You know when I promised that
I'd never bother you

for any of those man-to-man talks
with Charlie?


I lied. I need you
to talk to Charlie.

Nobody knows about this place.

I come here to think.

Well, it's really cool.

Yeah. I've been here
a lot this year.

You know, Dad...

I'm sorry I gave you
back the harmonica.

Ah, don't worry about it.

You were mad.
I'd be mad, too.

Could I ask you
why you quit playing hockey?

Hockey's not that great.

That's why the last
person you see

before you sleep every night
is Wayne Gretzky right?

Tell you what.
We're here.

Let's work on
the J-shot.

No. I don't
think so.

Oh, I see.
It's like that.


OK. Looks like I'm
working out by myself,

even though I haven't
played hockey in... a year.

If I can find a rock
I can use it as a puck,

seeing as how I'll be
playing all alone.

All right, all right!

I'll skate.

Just stop bellyachin'.

We're gonna get our nice balance.
We're gonna get set up.

Man, this was a lot easier
when I had legs.

OK. We're going to
stay nice and relaxed.

Real loose. When we come through,
we snap our wrists.

Just before you do that,
I make this little move here.

Oh, yeah!


Boy, that goalie could
sue me for whiplash.

That's pretty cool.

It's thing I like
to call the J-shot, Charlie.

Now let's play some hockey.

Are you lookin' for the power?
Then bring it, son!


That's a J-shot, dude.

I did it!

That's you.
That is all you, man.

But I didn't score.

Hey, life is full of setbacks.
Look at me.

I'm a snowdrift with arms.

You can give up,
or you can keep firing the puck, bud.

What do you think?

All right.
Give me the puck.



Ho! There's a lot of wood.

Fakes left, fakes right.


Hey, man. Nice shot!
All right.

Whoo! Uh.



Whoa! OK. All right.
You got... Hey! OK.

You got the...

All right. Whoo!

Dad, are you OK?

Yeah. I'm good.

Hey, I think
you got the J-shot.

I think you got
the J-shot down.

All right. Come on.
Let's go home.

OK. Come on. Come on.


You played great today, dude.

Thanks for teaching me
the J-shot.

I can't wait to see you use it.

You've got to get
back on the team.

No, I don't think so.
I do.

I think you're letting
your friends down,

and you're letting
yourself down.

Wait a second.
No buts.

Now, about your schoolwork.

What about it?

I saw your report card
on the fridge.

You got some jammin' to do.

What is this, a lecture?

You're giving me a lecture?

Gabby: See?

It's kind of scary.

Think how the snowman must feel.

And another thing...
I'm worried about your mom.


How many Christmas
lights has she hung?

Not a lot!

Yeah, I know.
Hardly any.

Why are you telling me all this?

Because you got responsibilities
now, Charlie,

and you have to face them.

You have to watch out for Mom,

and you gotta straighten things out
with your friends.

Oh! I'm only 12 years old.
I can't take all this.

OK. Might have pushed that
a smidge too hard.

Hey, hon.

Hi, Charlie.

Hey, Mac.

I'm heading to the Shiverfest.
You want to come along?

No, thanks.

Or if you'd rather,
you can come with me.

I'm going carolling
with Mrs Wilkins

and some of the neighbor ladies.

♪ It's a rock 'n' roll
Hanukkah ♪

♪ A rock 'n' roll Hanukkah

♪ So put on
your yarmulke... ♪

They did a good job this year.

Do you like the tree?

Do you want a balloon
or anything?

Pretzels, they've got.

Hey, Mac.

Mac: Wow. Check out
these snowmen.

Loudspeaker: Finals of the father/son
snowman-building contest

begin in 5 minutes.

5 minutes.

Mom thinks I'm going
nuts, doesn't she?

No. No, no. She's...

She's just a little bit concerned,
that's all.

So, uh...
what's going on?

You wouldn't believe me
if I told you.

Hey, come on. Let's
check out the band.

♪ Jingle bells chime
in jingle bell time ♪

♪ Dancin' and prancin'
in jingle bell square... ♪

Mac: Talk about
a tough gig.

It's freezing out here.

How come you don't
play music anymore?

Oh, I... I kind of
lost the groove.

The groove?

Well, playing with your dad,
I never really thought about what music was.

Music was life.
It was... just...

like breathing, really.

So natural.

After he died, music became...
a job and, you know,

Jack always said to me,
"It should never feel like work."

He was your best friend, huh?


Your dad was the real deal.

Do you think he wanted
me to be a musician?

More than anything, he wanted you to be
whatever you wanted to be.

He didn't care what that was.

Just... whatever
made you happy.



Think you'll ever
get the groove back?

Someday, maybe.
I hope so.

Radio: Oh, man. You got
your shopping done there, folks?

You got 10 hours left
till Christmas Eve,

and it's already 55 degrees.

Could get up to 70 today.

Snowplow drivers
got a day off, huh? Man!

That's hot enough
to melt a snowman.

Although, you know,
good news for Sid Gronic.

Hey, speakin' of hot, folks,
here's a little Billy Idol for you,

Hot In The City,
on Central Colorado's classic rock.

Hey, man, good morning.


I've been doing a lotta thinking
about what you said, Dad.

You're right.

When you taught me the J-shot,
it wasn't just about hockey, was it?

What do you think?

Come on, Natalie, let's go!

I think there's
something I got to do.

Hey, guys.

Hey, Coach.


I, uh...

I'd like to get back
on the team.

What? You ditched us, Charlie.

Tuck: Look,
are you alone,

or do we have to bring
your snowman buddy?

There will be no mention
of snowmen in this car.

Ha ha ha!

I don't know, Charlie.

Natalie: Well, I do.

I say...

we let him back on the team.

Everybody deserves
a second chance.

Go get your stuff.


Go, Charlie!

No way!
With Frost back,

we're going to kick
the Devils' butts.


They let me back on the team.

Listen, Dad,

about last night.

Hey, Charlie, it's OK, buddy.

What time they drop the puck?

11.30, but, Dad,
you don't got to come, really.

I know that.

He's talking
to the snowman again.

What did I say, Tuck?

Shake it, Charlie!

arms and wrists.

Straight but relaxed.

Thanks again, Dad.

See you after the game.

Ha ha ha!

Jack: Oh, man,
this sun is brutal.

I mean, I am literally
melting my ass off.

You know something?
I didn't come

all the way from the hereafter

to miss another one of my kid's
hockey games.

Hey, Chet, listen.

Chet, I know we've had
our differences,

but I got a gig to catch.

I could use your help.

So how we going to
do this, Chet?

Go! Yes, Frost!

He's good.

Come on, here we go.
OK, come on.

Maybe you got some friends
who are Huskies.

You know a Saint Bernard?

Devils score!

Well, here we go again.

Jack: That's right, Chet,
take your time.

Wonder if there're any
cute Poodles at the game.

Whoa! That's what
I thought.

Tuck: Good pass,

Go, Spencer, go!

Boy: Get it, Spencer!

He scored!
Goal by Spencer Jordan

with an assist by Charlie Frost.

Mountaineers one, Devils one.

Jack: OK, so far,
so good.

Eh, Chester?

Stay cool.

Almost there.

Ah, no.

Go, Charlie! Go!

Check, Frost! Go!

100 yards
of piping-hot asphalt.

Bad day to be a snowman.

This could really sting.

OK, baby steps, baby steps.

Oh, man, this is getting hot.
Whoa, this is hot!

Oh! This is hot
on my tootsies!

Ooh, my tootsies is burning!

Holy Habanero! Whoa!

Yeah, this is hot!
Let's speed her up!

Leaping Lawrence of Arabia!

Ho! Ho! Whoa!


Yeow! Aah!

Yeah! I am so hot!

Sid: All right,
all right, Frost!

Tuck: All right,

No! Yes! Go!

Go! Go!

Yes! Yes!

Go! Go! Go! Go!

The J-shot, Charlie boy!
Come on!

Jack: Arms
and wrists.

Charlie: Straight
but relaxed.


Yes! Yes! Woo!

Yes! Ha ha!

Nice going, butthead.

Outstanding! Yes!

My man! Yes!

You got the power!


Way to go, Charlie.

Scorekeeper: The ice is now open
for all free skates.


Charlie, outstanding game.

What can I say?
You rocked, dude.


Dad, you're melting.

You got to be crazy
to come here.

Hey, I couldn't miss your big game,

Let's get you on the ice
so you can cool off.

Uh-oh. That's not
going to work.

Listen, Charlie...

I gotta get you someplace cold.

I'm not losing you again.


I'll be back!

Charlie: Someplace cold.

Mom? Mom? Mom!

Gabby: Charlie?

Woman: Hey,
no cutting!

Oh, it's OK, ma'am.
He's my son.

Mom, you need to drive us
somewhere right now.

Honey, I'm working.

Mom, you've got to!

What's wrong, sweetie?

He's melting.
Who's melting?

The snowman's melting.

Snowmen melt.
That's the way it is.

If you drive us to the mountains,
then he won't melt!

Charlie, I'm not driving you
and your snowman anywhere.

I know this has been
really hard for you...

You don't understand, Mom.

Dad's the snowman.


I'm sorry, but he made me
promise not to tell you.

Honey, he died a year ago.

You're just gonna
have to accept that.

No, Mom, you don't understand.


Charlie! Charlie!

Jack: Charlie...

It's going to be OK, Dad.



Charlie, do me a favour.
Watch out for snowplows.

Now, that's really...

Charlie's run away with the snowman.
Ha ha ha!


Oh, my.

Charlie: Look out!
Move! Move!

Excuse me!

Look out!

He could be anywhere.

Mac, it's a kid and a snowman.

Hey, Frost!

You and me, once and for all.

Look, Rory, I'll fight you

any other time,
all right? Just not now.

I don't know who's
more stupider...

you or your snowman.

Excuse me.
Did you just say "stupider"?

What kind of word is "stupider"?

Who said that?

I did...

you little baggy-pants
snow punk.

What the heck is it?

Not what. Who.

And he's my dad.

I knew it! Ha ha!

Mitch and Pudge thought I was crazy,

but I saw you that day!

You throw a mean snowball, dude!

Just chill, kid.

Don't have a meltdown.

Look, Rory, it's
too hot down here.

If I don't get him up to the mountains,
I'm going to lose him.

He does look pretty bad.

Come on. You know what it's like
not to have a dad.

It sucks.

It sucks big-time.

All right.

Snow-dad's better
than no dad.

Let's go.

Come on.

Oh, no!

Come on, let's go!

Ha ha ha!

Ah, that was good.
Merry Christmas!

Come on.

Rory: Good luck,


Man: ♪ You were there
when I needed you ♪

♪ You were there when the skies
were wide, wide open ♪

♪ Wide, wide open

♪ You were there
when I needed you ♪

♪ You were there when the skies
were wide, wide open ♪

♪ Ooh, ooh...

OK, what's the snowman
look like?

Like a snowman.
He looks like a snowman.

3 balls, two stick arms,
a cute cork nose...

He's a snowman.
What d'you think he looks like?

I'm just trying to do my job.
That's all.

Can you help me out?

5' 8".

OK. 5' 8".




He's, uh, sort
of well-built.

I'd say...

500, 550 pounds.

Could you estimate an age?

We're here.

Ready? On 3.

I'm with you, buddy.



3! Woo-hoo!

Yikes. 3!


Ha ha ha! Woo!

Ha ha ha!


Ah, fresh powder!
My favourite.

Woo! Yes! Ahh!


Hey, yeah!


My balls are freezing!

I never thought I'd say that

with a smile on my face.

Come on, Dad, let's go.

Let's go get you
warmed up, buddy.

I was so busy trying
to make my mark on the world,

I didn't...

You are my mark on the world.

Hello. Hello?

Jack: Gabby.

Did you find him?

Charlie's sleeping.

Ha ha! Oh, Gab,
he had one heck of a day.

Who is this?
Where's Charlie?

He's right here at the cabin.

Why don't you come get him?


It's Christmas.

Merry Christmas, Dad.

Merry Christmas to you, bud.

You know what?

I think this is the best Christmas
I ever had.

You know that night
you came back?

It was because I played
your harmonica.

I wished it.

I wished that you would
be here for Christmas.

Hey, Charlie, thanks
for giving me

a second chance to be your dad.

Now, there's something

I have to tell you.

It's time for me to go.

What? No!

I'm not going to let you.

Charlie, you've got to get on
with your life, buddy.

No. Come on. It will
get cold again, Dad.

You'll see. Winter's
just barely started.

What about when it gets warm?

We'll go to South America.

When it's summer here,
it's winter there.

What about Mom?
Mom needs you.

What if I need you?

I will always
be there. I promise.

As long as you hold someone
in your heart, Charlie,

you can never
lose them... ever.

You let me back into your heart,

and that took real courage,

and you did it,
and if you can do that,

you can do anything.

I'm so proud of you, Charlie.

If you ever need me,
I'll be right here.

You just call me.


I love you, Dad.

I love you, Charlie.

You're going to be a good man.

OK, now let me go.



Oh, honey.

I'm so sorry
I didn't believe you.

It's OK, Mom.


Oh, my God!



You look so...

You look so great.

Sing me a smile, Jack.

♪ Every time
we say good-bye ♪

♪ I cry a little

I love you so much, Gab.

I love you, too, Jack.


Good-bye, Jack.

Charlie boy...

We had us a time, didn't we?

Yeah, we did.

Love you.

Bye, Dad.



Jack: I will always
hear you.

Lisa Loeb: ♪ I didn't
come this far ♪

♪ For you to make this
hard for me ♪

♪ And now you want
to ask me how ♪

♪ It's like,
how does your heart beat? ♪

♪ Why do you dream?

♪ How does your heart
beat? ♪

♪ Why did you
come here? ♪

♪ You weren't invited

♪ You're
on the outside ♪

♪ Stay on the outside

♪ And now you want
to ask me why ♪

♪ It's like

♪ How does your heart
beat? ♪

♪ And how do you cry?

♪ How does your heart
beat? ♪

♪ Why do you dream?

♪ How does your heart
beat? ♪

♪ How do you dream?

Hanson: ♪ Well,
I was feelin' ♪

♪ So bad

♪ So I asked my family doctor
just what I had ♪

♪ Well, I said,
"Doctor, Doctor" ♪

♪ "Mr M.D., Doctor"

♪ "Can you tell me
what's ailin' me?" ♪

♪ Doctor

♪ And he said
yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪

♪ Yeah, yeah,
yeah, yeah, yeah ♪

♪ What you need

♪ All I really need

♪ Good love,
come on and give me that love ♪

♪ Good love,
all I need is love ♪

♪ Good love,
good, good lovin', baby ♪

♪ Yeah

♪ Come on, baby,
squeeze me tight ♪

♪ Squeeze me tight

♪ I said, "Don't you want
your baby to be all right?" ♪

♪ Be all right

♪ Well I said,
"Baby, baby" ♪

♪ "It's for sure, baby"

♪ "Well, I got
the fever, yeah" ♪

♪ "And you got the cure,
got the cure" ♪

♪ Everybody said
yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪

♪ Yeah, yeah,
yeah, yeah, yeah ♪

♪ What you need

♪ All I really need

♪ Good love,
come on and give me that love ♪

♪ Good love,
all I need is love ♪

♪ Good love,
good, good lovin', baby ♪

♪ Good, good lovin',
baby ♪

♪ Good love,
come on and give me that love ♪

♪ Good love,
all I need is love ♪

♪ Good love,
good, good lovin', baby ♪

♪ Good love

♪ Good, good lovin',
baby ♪

Bob Carlisle:
♪ 3-feet tall

♪ And full
of questions ♪

♪ You must have thought
I was the smartest man alive ♪

♪ I didn't always have
the answers ♪

♪ To every little
how and where and why ♪

♪ And even when my life
on Earth is through ♪

♪ There still will be
a part of me in you ♪

♪ 'Cause some things
are forever ♪

♪ Nothing's ever gonna take
my love from you ♪

♪ There is no power on Earth
like your father's love ♪

♪ So big and so strong
as your father's love ♪

♪ The promise
that's sacred ♪

♪ The promise
from Heaven above ♪

♪ Did I hold you enough?
Did I care enough? ♪

♪ When you most needed me,
was I there enough? ♪

♪ Enough to make you
feel the power of ♪

♪ Oh, oh, oh

♪ Your father's love