Let It Go was originally recorded by Idina Menzel for the 2013 Disney film Frozen with a pop version recorded by Demi Lovato for the closing credits and release as a single. With Disney having recorded the song in 43 different languages, or dialects, for the different international releases, and when you include all of the cover versions that have been released on YouTube, it is one of the most recorded Disney songs of all time. In the film the song is sung after Queen Elsa abondons her Queendom because her subjects have discovered her ability to control the snow and ice, making her free from the rules she has had to follow since childhood.
This is the most original version of the song, so if you have reached saturation from all the other version don’t let that put you off listening to this version as it is so completely different you be forgiven for thinking it is an entirely different song. leeSA starts softly with her husky voice over a gentle guitar and bass tune, the drums join in on the first chorus, after which the music picks up to a stronger rock feel building in intensity until the music ends half-way through the whispered last line.
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