Each time I’ve seen Disney’s FROZEN, I have enjoyed it just as much, actually much more, than the time before. This movie is one that will be with generations to come, at least in my family. The worldwide phenomenon has music and songs that will get you belting out the words at the top of your lungs. Come on, you know you do it too!
All of the songs are my favorite in the movie…yes all of them, they are that good. However, Let It Go, always touches me and quite frankly, gets me a bit choked up. Say you’ve never cried during a Disney movie or a certain song and I’ll call you a liar….anyhoo, this song just really gets to me..in a good way. If you’ve never heard it, you simply must. Recently, “Let It Go” hit the web in a whole new way, it is being sung in 25 different languages.
Check it out:
It may possibly be the most beautiful song, I’ve heard in quite sometime. I already mentioned the original song always chokes me up, and I will totally admit this version moved me to tears. There is just something about hearing all the different languages that makes this song even more beautiful…who would have thought that was possible. Go ahead, watch it again, I know you want to! See it gets more beautiful each time!
Now in case you have been living in a hole and haven’t seen FROZEN or heard the songs yet, here is the original version:
Now, if you haven’t been to see the movie, it’s still in theaters all over the nation, so check your local listings and get yourself there STAT! Keep up with FROZEN on facebook and twitter, while you are at it! Oh, and i being a big fan I know you want to pre-order, so go ahead, it’s on Amazon waiting for you! If you have seen FROZEN who is your favorite character?
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