A member of the United States Senate, the world's so-called "greatest deliberative body," has a ringtone from the Disney movie "Frozen." Sen. Pat Roberts' (R-Kan.) phone went off Thursday during a Senate Finance Committee trade hearing to the tune of "Let It Go" (smh).

[Sen. Pat Robert's cellphone rings in a hearing -- to the tune of "Let It Go"]

He joked later:

Most politicians aren't known for their Disney ringtones, unfortunately. But if they were, this is what they should be.

Bernie Sanders: "I've Got No Strings" (Pinocchio)

Because he runs against the special interests and Wall Street.

John McCain and Lindsey Graham: "Friend Like Me" (Aladdin)

Because of their bromance.

Rand Paul: "Hakuna Matata" (The Lion King)

Beacuse of his libertarian-ish views.

Hillary Clinton: "Go the Distance" (Hercules)

Because of her road trip to Iowa to prove she can connect with average Americans.

Jeb Bush: "Bring Honor To Us All" (Mulan)

Because of his family legacy of presidential politics.

Ted Cruz: "When I See An Elephant Fly" (Dumbo)

Because of his desire to steer the GOP in a more conservative direction.

Marco Rubio: Tie between "A Whole New World" (Aladdin)...

Because of his "New American Century."

...and "I Just Can't Wait To Be King" (The Lion King)

Because Rubio is "a man in a hurry."

Harry Reid: "Gaston" (Beauty and the Beast)

Because no one legislates like Harry Reid, no one wrangles votes like Harry Reid, no one raises money and strategically plans for possible Senate challenges like Harry Reid. And no one curmudgeons (not a word, we know) like Harry Reid.