If you have managed to hang on to the crazy thread of my blog for this long, then you know I have a soft spot for Japanese “anime” and some Japanese songs (see my post “Some Favorite Music from Animated Films/Shows” for more details). You are, therefore, also aware that I enjoyed Disney’s chillingly popular film Frozen. How did I come, then, to putting these two interests together?
I caught a documentary on the making and impact of Frozen and saw a clip of “Let It Go” being sung in Japanese. Right then and there I was hooked, and I just had to hear what the entire song sounded like in Japanese. This is the result:
Let It Go in Japanese
You would think that, after satisfying my curiosity thus, I would be content, right?
DING – DING! That answer would not win you the pot on Jeopardy! readers. As soon as this video finished, I saw another video listed on youtube that showed “Let It Go” being sung in twenty-five (25) different languages. And I could not pass up watching it:
Let It Go in 25 Languages
Also, as a bonus to you for staying with me for so long, readers, I am throwing in another Japanese song that recently came to my attention:
Marvel DISK Wars: The Avengers intro
And there you have it. I am completely and utterly hopeless, aren’t I?
Good. At least now I know I am not the only one who thinks so!
Yours in unfashionable craziness,
The Mithril Guardian