"Let It Go" is a song from Disney's 2013 animated feature film Frozen, whose music and lyrics were composed by husband-and-wife songwriting team Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. The song was performed in its original show-tune version in the film by American actress and singer Idina Menzel in her vocal role as Queen Elsa. Anderson-Lopez and Lopez also composed a simplified pop version (with shorter lyrics and background chorus) which was performed by actress and singer Demi Lovato over the start of the film's closing credits. A music video was separately released for the pop version. MORE
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Maddie and Zoe sing 'Let It Go' from Disney's 'Frozen'
by Aaron Mendez

Published on January 3, 2014
UPDATE: Here's the link to Maddie and Zoe telling their version of "Tangled" from the OhMyDisney Blog https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vGAj2PrWKc&list=PL2gjKgJ_VQt9h-ypDo6Y4FfoNG1O4CIrc This video was not made to show off my daughters' singing skills....in the future, I'll be sure to get them some voice lessons to further hone their skills :) This was made to show you what it looks like when two 4 year olds just GO FOR IT!!! Pure, raw, heartfelt and completely innocent! No thanks to me (their father) they have had a camera in front of their faces since birth. The good thing about this is that we have TONS of awesome home videos...but also....they almost don't even realize a camera is on them. They are completely themselves. I'm guessing that is why this video...meant for friends and family on Facebook has brought so much joy to people from all over the country. Hope you enjoy it as much as they had making it! I'm sure they'll hate me for this video someday... It's totally ok if this video makes you yawn! :) Original video: https://vimeo.com/83096943 Get the music here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/frozen-original-motion-picture/id728903889 Shot/Edited by: Aaron Mendez aaron@aaronmendez.com
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