But even among the hundreds of others out there, we think the video posted this week by Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchkock (CHaD) is pretty amazing. Already, the video, which features children, families, doctors, nurses and administrators lip-synching the song, has 47,000 views and counting.
The song, which is about being a fighter in the face of a challenge, resonated deeply with staff at the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock.
Holly Gaspar, a child life specialist at CHaD, thought her patients would not only enjoy making a video, but it would be a wonderful way to pay tribute to those who supported the CHaD HERO fundraiser held on Sunday, which raised more than $650,000 for CHaD.
"All of our CHaD Kids have a roar," Gaspar said. "Sometimes we hear it, sometimes we see it, and sometimes we feel it. They are strong, they are brave, they are all fighters."
Footage was gathered in one day, when all of the children featured were not only at CHaD, but most were feeling well enough to get out of bed and dance. Dr. James Weinstein, the president and CEO of Dartmouth-Hitchcock, even made a special cameo.
"It brought me to tears because that is what we do,” Susan Whalen, a pediatric nurse with 22 years of experience, said of the YouTube video. "That is exactly what we do, day in and day out."