Could this Montreal-made earworm become the next “Baby Shark?”

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Could this Montreal-made earworm become the next “Baby Shark?”

A Montreal-area family believes they might have come up with an earworm to rival the massively popular “Baby Shark.”

It’s called “Cock-a-Doodle Time” and it came straight from the musical mind of an 8-year-old.

Ali Avsar says feeling like the tune could be a hit, he hired a singer to have it recorded – and the rest is history.

As Dan Spector reports, not only has the song been played on local radio, it’s already gotten international exposure.

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