Disney’s animated film “Frozen” was the first animated feature film to reach No. 1 on the American box office charts in its opening weekend and became a household name.
It sold almost 5 million tickets in its first week and topped box office grosses of $4.7 billion, becoming the highest-grossing animated film of all time.
Disney’s animated hit “Frost/Nixon” also topped the charts, grossing $3.3 billion.
But, as a songwriter, the movie’s lyrics had a huge impact on the popular culture of the time.
A vocalized theme from the movie became one of the songs of the year and has remained a popular song to this day.
Here’s a look back at some of the most famous lyrics from the Disney animated film.
The song “Let It Go” from “Fruitvale Station” is sung by Annie Lennox, a song with a popular Disney tune.
The song is about the love that comes with adulthood.
In “Foxtrot,” lyrics from “Let it Go” are sung by Keri Russell, who plays Anna, Elsa’s sister, in the Disney classic.
Russell, who wrote the lyrics, is also a popular lyricist.
Russell also performed “Let The World Go By” at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards.
In the musical “Fantasia,” lyrics are sung in an effort to cheer Anna and Elsa up.
The lyrics of “Let This Go” were used in a number of songs by the group The Beatles.
The Beatles’ songs, including “Love Me Do,” “I Want To Hold Your Hand,” and “Don’t You Want Me,” are the most recognizable songs sung in the musical world.