The video for the song’s hook “I Love you, daddy” received its best review of its kind ever in the New York Post.
In a feature titled “The New York Review of Books” published on Monday, the Times lauded the video as a “tremendous, bold, and touching piece of work.”
The video, which features a pair of puppets, takes place in a hotel room and shows the pair interacting with a girl named Grace.
The video also shows Grace walking down the street with her friends, who are playing the piano, and Grace being chased by a dog.
The article noted that the video is “beautiful, haunting, and sometimes frightening.”
The Times called the video “brilliant and clever,” adding that it was also “the sort of video that gets more of your attention than a few ads.”
The article said that the piece “could have been written for children or teens, and the song and video are perfect for that.
They’re playful and funny, and they’re tender and touching.”
The piece also praised the video’s use of digital effects, saying that it “works like a charm.”
The New Yorker praised the song for “spreading joy and delight.”
“The video’s title suggests a more hopeful vision than that of a lonely, lonely child: I Love You Daddy,” the New Yorker wrote.
“And if this child had known a bit of love, the video would have made her laugh.
But Grace is a happy child, and she’s a happy person.
That’s what we should be seeing from her.”