One of the few things I haven’t minded about Frozen's success is the fact that it's helped Idina Menzel make a stronger leap from stage-fame to more mainstream-fame than the film version of RENT or her stint on Glee did.
Still, while “Let it Go” is a decent song - largely because of Idina’s powerhouse voice - it’s basically a poor man’s “Defying Gravity”.
So those of you who love “Let it Go” but have yet to hear the original Broadway recording of “Defying Gravity”, listen and experience a powerful, life-changing eargasm.
I hope all is well and I’ll see you in hell and I hope you’re happy but I think you won’t be and you won’t ever be
You’re a liar and a cheat and a weed and you infiltrate the earth and you spread your filth and your roots reach places below the ground that you said you’d never go but you went
and that ring around her finger that dirty ring you slipped around her finger your dirty hands wrapped around her finger you are filthy but the dirt doesn’t show in the light in the evening it comes and your thoughts wander back to a year ago to me to lying to her
you will slip your tongue will betray you and the dirt you’ve buried me under will crumble I will rise again a corpse and her fragile finger will snap with the weight of the dirt swimming in her veins you’ve been feeding her your dirt and mixing it in with lies and coffee and it’s choking her and she can’t breath you are a killer and I helped
So I’ll wish you well and strike a match as you dig your grave you’ll let the flames lick you clean and pretend you’re happy now