If you were wondering 'what-more-does-Grammy-award-winning-song-'Cranes-in-the-Sky-by-Solange-Knowles-need?', then we have your answer.
I tried to change it with my hair pic.twitter.com/gseMKKoIJB— faTEAma (@jiljilec) April 27, 2017
Kermit the Frog, a beloved character from 'The Muppet Show' and 'Sesame Street', can be seen posed in various positions which correspond with a lyric from Knowles' song.
Beyoncé's younger sister has been riding off the back of her successful album 'A Seat at the Table', which was released in 2016 to critical acclaim.
She won a Grammy for Best R&B Performance for 'Cranes in the Sky', a ballad Rolling Stone ranked seventh on their "50 Best Songs of 2016" list.
Twitter user FaTEAma posted a series of pictures of Kermit the Frog to complement the song lyrics.
I tried to drink it away pic.twitter.com/6fmrP3Zr2q— faTEAma (@jiljilec) April 27, 2017
I tried to dance it away pic.twitter.com/dVZXzF89st— faTEAma (@jiljilec) April 27, 2017
There are 26 tweets in the thread and definitely worth checking out.
I prayed it away pic.twitter.com/fmDMi8Duvq— faTEAma (@jiljilec) April 27, 2017
thought moving round make me feel better pic.twitter.com/8dJO0YcoG8— faTEAma (@jiljilec) April 27, 2017
The thread gained traction fast. The first picture has been retweeted over 13 000 times and has over 19 000 likes.
this entire thread changed my life https://t.co/RNDiItSF5O— Franchesca Ramsey (@chescaleigh) April 29, 2017
@jiljilec This thread is everything— Mona (@lisalot13) April 29, 2017
@jiljilec This legit brought me so much joy. So well done. Thanks for adding some much needed light, laughter and inspiration. 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾🙌🏾— Jo Lee (@CallMeJoLee) April 30, 2017
Even the inspiration for the thread loved it.
@jiljilec legit crying— solange knowles (@solangeknowles) April 29, 2017
Who knew we would need another excuse to love the song even more?
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