Stop everything! A new song from the ‘Frozen’ short film ‘Frozen Fever’ has just been released and it’s going to make all your dreams come true. Listen to ‘Making Today a Perfect Day’ right now!
The cold still doesn’t bother them anyway! Prior to the big screen release of Frozen Fever, which will be shown before Cinderella in movie theaters beginning Mar. 13, we can now hear the movie’s big song! In “Making Today a Perfect Day,” Elsa (Idina Menzel) sings to the sky about wanting to give Anna (Kristen Bell) the perfect birthday. Anna, however, needs to convince Elsa to maybe just lie down. Listen to the song to understand why!
‘Frozen Fever’ Song Released
“You’ve never had a real birthday before, except of course the ones you’ve spent outside my locked door.”
These are the first words which Elsa sings to Anna in Frozen Fever‘s “Making Today a Perfect Day”– and they are also the words that make us immediately start ugly sobbing upon hearing the melodic tunes of Arendelle once again.
The premise of the short revolves around Anna’s birthday. Now that she and big sis Elsa have put their differences behind them (the past is in the past, if you will), Elsa wants to throw Anna the best birthday party ever to make up for all those years she wasn’t there for her.
Listen To ‘Making Today A Perfect Day’
Despite Elsa’s wishes though, her body has other plans and she seems to have come down with a nasty cold just in time for the big party. Worse yet, when you have debilitating ice powers, the consequences of a cold might surpass just a little phlegm!
If you still aren’t convinced that “Making Today a Perfect Day” will put a huge, sprawling smile across your face, I leave you with a final plea: When Anna tells Elsa she might have a cold, Elsa’s response is life changing.
“I don’t get colds,” Elsa says. “Besides…”
Are you ready, guys?
“A cold never bothered me, anyways,” she sings.
Yeah, now try and tell me you aren’t smiling from ear to ear and/or crying into your Olaf stuffed animal!
What do you think of the song, HollywoodLifers? Is it the new “Let It Go?”
— Casey Mink