Sharing music with your child(ren) is one of the main points of life. Matthew Canning and his 3-year-old daughter Lily could definitely tell you that, as evidenced by a little YouTube round of Name That Tune. (Hat-tip to Ultimate Classic Rock.)
There's a catch: It's limited to Led Zeppelin songs, and dad's playing 'em solo on guitar. Watch in smiley-faced astonishment as Lily, distractedly toying with a Dentyne Ice packet and dressed in an Elsa-from-Frozen dress, nails song after song, usually in seconds. She gets "Black Dog," "Whole Lotta Love," “Heartbreaker,” “Houses of the Holy,” “Dancing Days” and “Immigrant Song,” celebrating at the end with an enthusiastic "Rock and Hall" dance party.
Someone should probably shoot this video over to Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, who are currently in court defending "Stairway to Heaven" from a copyright lawsuit; the legal system's trying to work out if the prom staple plagiarized the band Spirit's "Taurus."
Listen to the hosts of the Back of the Class podcast break down how they culture with their kids, starting at 26:15 in the episode below: