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FROZEN - Let It Go Sing-along - Official Disney UK
The song expresses Anna's delight at being able to see people again due to her sister's coronation. Meanwhile, it also discloses Elsa's fear of accidentally revealing her ice powers to everyone. Later, in the song's reprise, Anna tries to convince Elsa to return home to Arendelle to remove the wintery curse she accidentally put on the kingdom and be friends with her again, but Elsa admits that she doesn't know how, so she refuses, thinking Anna will be better off without her.
Frozen - For The First Time In Forever [Reprise] (Hindi/Movie Version)
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Anna and Elsa reunite, and while both are happy to see each other, Elsa still harbors fears of wounding Anna once again. For the First Time in Forever Reprise
It is reprised later in the musical. The song was composed relatively late in the production process in June The original version of the song contained a line about "I hope that I don't vomit in his face," which was deemed unacceptable by Disney as a reference to bodily fluids. As for the reprise, there was originally a different confrontation lyric for the scene where Elsa strikes Anna with her powers entitled "Life's Too Short" the premise being that life is too short to waste it with someone who doesn't understand them , which itself would have been reprised later when the sisters realize that life's too short to live life alone. As the characters evolved throughout the writing process specifically Elsa was turned from a villain to a tragic hero , the song was deemed too vindictive and was instead replaced with a reprise of this song, to create a motif. When the necessity of a reprise dawned upon Anderson-Lopez, she wrote it in only about 20 minutes, and then successfully pitched it on her own to the Disney production team, as Lopez was already with the team in Los Angeles trying to fix " Do You Want to Build a Snowman? In the first version, the song shows Anna's happiness and naive optimism when preparing for Elsa's coronation.