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Disney's 'Frozen' Proves 'Let It Go' Sounds Great in Any Language watch

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    Disney's Frozen has taken the world by (winter) storm. Chalk it up to the power of princesses, magic and the winter season — or perhaps it's the incredible soundtrack that has everyone flocking to the theaters.

    To give fans all around the world a treat, Disney has released the hit title song "Let it Go" in 25 different languages, including French, Italian, Flemish and Malaysian.

    The film's soundtrack reached No.1 on the Billboard charts in early January, making it the fourth animated movie to ever achieve that level of success. The movie has also stayed at No. 1 at the box office for weeks, and has racked in more than $642 million worldwide since its release on Nov. 27.

    As Queen Elsa (Idina Menzel) would say, "Libre soy, libre soy."

    This... is just awesome. I'd recommend any foreign language student to check out the video and see if your language is included in the song... chances are, it is.

    Another reason for me to go and watch Frozen. I know the plot already, but I must see it.
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