Citing his merry attitude and demeanor, a holiday song is reporting that Frosty the snowman is both happy and jolly.
The origin of the carol is unknown at this time, but if it is to be believed, said snowman carries “a corn cob pipe and a button nose” as well as, “two eyes made out of coal.”
The holiday jingle also seems to indicate that when children placed an “old silk hat they found” on the man sculpted out of frozen water, he “began to dance around,” an act which can only be understood as both happy and jolly.
The song stipulates that the nature of the living, breathing ice sculpture even brings joy to the lives of children, young and old. The snowman, in fact, is understood to be able to “laugh and play, just the same as you and me.”
Big Nick’s Christmas marathon on 106.3 conjectures that the snowman was seen playing games with children in the town square on that sunny day, according to the song, trying to “have some fun before [he] melts away.”
At press time, the song implored that listeners “look at Frosty go, thumpity, thump, thump, thumpity, thump, thump, over the hills and snow.”