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39 thoughts on “Frozen – Let it Go *One Line Multilanguage*

  1. I love Canadian french dutch flemish french hungarian italian polish russian thai instrumental version💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞❤️❤️❤️❤️

  2. I love these foreign languages the most. Plus English, which I will always adore. It IS my number one favorite. The foreign ones I love are called European Portuguese, Eu. Spanish, Flemish, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, she has an icily calm, clear and sweet voice; Russian, and Thai.

  3. Swedish isn't anywhere on internet yet, so I haven't heard it 🙁

    Anyways, I really like;
    English (though she sings with her nose or whatever that's what's making that versionso awesome and powerful! Otherwise I don't really like it when people do that..), Danish and Canadian French (such beautiful languages and voices!).

  4. My favorite song is: top 5
    1. English ( understand the text and herd the english version first)
    2. Danish (I´m from Denmark so i understand, also there is a little mistake ( lad det ske not lat det ske) that is probably why i like it)
    3. Polish ( sound so beautiful)
    4. Dutch ( so fun only understand the title but like it anyway)
    5. Thai ( sound beaytiful great singer)

  5. Hungarian translate:
    A holnap rám talál,
    s a múlt lehullhat rám!
    Ugye jó, ugye jó?
    Ha elvisz a fénylő hó!
    Ugye jó, ugye jó?
    Az erő bennem jár!
    Nézz most rám!
    Minden más volt rég!
    De ma új nap vár!
    (S közben a szívemen ül a jég)

  6. I think the English version is undoubtedly among the best, I find it very fitting for Elsa. I have to say, even though I'm Spanish, I think our version is the less fitting for the character (I personally don't very much like the singer they chose, her voice is weak and not suited for the power the song requires). The Dutch and Italian ones are seriously powerful too, loved them both. And the Hungarian one… it had a very Elsa-feel to it. I liked that one also.

  7. It's so awesome to see Disney making a movie based on a danish fairytale! 
    I really really like the french version, the italian and my own country – the danish one 🙂 
    The movie is simply amazing! 

  8.  This is just awesome in each language.

      I love especially Polish (simply a masterpiece, her voice with real emotions… and amazing lyrics), Italian (she's probably the best singer, so powerful and mature voice), Danish (so original, she's also a great actress) and Hungarian (she's just… disturbing… and a bit scary. It's the real Elsa!).

     Great Multi. 🙂

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