By now you’ll have heard of a little film called Frozen and the song that defines it Let it Go. It’s become something of a thing. People have written learned articles about it. In the midst of the flurry of chin-stroking from adults and endless replaying of film and songs from the moppets it’s quite easy to forget that it’s actually a cracking film. And that Let it Go is a properly belting song.
But, anyway, it’s not just a thing. It’s an international thing. Disney has done 45 different versions of the film, each requiring a singer that can get Let it Go right in their native language. And now on YouTube, in amongst the parodies and celebrations (ranging from F*** It All, to that guy doing it in the style of the Muppets) there’s a 25-language salute to world domination from Walt’s old studio themselves. Here it is.
Oh, and here’s Do you wanna go to Starbucks? Just cos.
But, the final word: