Was “Let it Go” Originally a Beatles Song?

If you have clicked on this link thinking that there is a chance that the Oscar-winning hit “Let it Go” from the movie Frozen was actually written by The Beatles, then I have no choice but to tell you that you are correct.  How could I do otherwise?  In fact, after careful research through my imagination, I discovered that this tune was actually written by none other than George Harrison, who is dead and cannot be reached for comment at this time.

The song was included on the eponymous album now known as “The White Album,” although after some in-fighting about the lyrics and the message of the song (John Lennon was never one to let it go), the words and tune were changed, with only the background remaining.  Once this was discovered by the folks at Disney, they were eager to incorporate the rediscovered song into one of their movies, however the background chords were under license to Michael Jackson, who was also dead and could not be reached for comment.  This left them no choice but to set the original words and melody to a new backing track, now sung by mega-star Adele Dazeem.

Here, for the first time, I have reassembled the original instrumental track with the original tune and lyrics, so you can all finally hear “Let it Go” the way it was originally intended.  Prepare to be amazed.

Posted in Beatles, Frozen, Tenor Tuesday, Video.


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