Top 10 Songs from Tangled and FrozenMegaSoulhero Tangled and Frozen are both great movies! I can't figure out which one is better! Both of these movies also have pretty good songs so here is a list of the best songs from Tangled and Frozen!
The Top Ten
Here we have the song from Tangled that everyone actually remembers! I See The Light is a duet between Rapunzel and Flynn while they are in a boat surrounded by floating lanterns. This song is very romantic! I didn't even know Zachary Levi could sing! Mandy Moore is also an excellent singer! But when she's voicing Rapunzel, not so much. Rapunzel and Flynn never thought that they would fall in love with each other. Considering Flynn is a thief and Rapunzel has never made contact with the outside world. I also want to point out that this song was nominated for an Oscar, but it lost to Toy Story 3 because Pixar! At least this song won a Grammy! It's a very amazing song! It definitely makes me see the light. - MegaSoulhero
My fave Disney song AND third favorite on my favorite songs list.
Better than let it go. Let it Go sucks. I See the Light has brilliant lyrics and unforgottable music by Alan Menken. Zachary Levi and Mandy Moore have voices with expressable emotions.
Rapunzel's dream comes true and Flynn finally finds his true love, imagine their feelings!
The song has wonderful and lovely animation. The floating lanterns are really the thing sweet dreams are made of. From slow to loud, it is good and my favourite!
I saw the Lion King musical recently and when Zazu was singing to Scar, instead of singing It's a Small World, he sang Let It Go! Hilarious! And Scar's reaction pretty much summed up everyone else's reaction to the song these days. A lot of people hate this song because of how overplayed it is. I'm not gonna pretend like this song isn't overplayed because it is. I still think this is a very well written song. In this song, Elsa realizes that she no longer has to hide who she is. She is free to use her power without restrictions and she decides to let her past go. And as always, Idina Menzel is an excellent singer! This song even kind of reminds me of Defying Gravity from Wicked! There are people who say Frozen only got attention because of Let it Go. That is not true! A song does not make a movie popular. Hercules has Go the Distance and Pocahontas has Colors of the Wind and yet both of those movies suck! People say Let it Go is the worst song in Frozen! Fixer Upper is definitely not ...more - MegaSoulhero
BO I HATE THIS SONG!
Its amazing and the best song I've ever heard
I'm not much of a fan of reprises but this is amazing! Anna manages to find Elsa and tries to convince her to come back to Arendelle. Elsa refuses because everyone is afraid of her and she doesn't want to hurt anyone. I just love hearing Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel singing together. They have some excellent vocals! I also really love the visuals in this scene! Elsa's powers start to go crazy because she is scared of what she has become. She even freezes Anna's heart by accident. This song as well as this scene in general are very epic. Although I also kind of like Life's Too Short which was originally going to be in the movie in place of this song. I'm glad they didn't use that song in the finished project because this one sets the tone right for the conflict that Anna and Elsa were facing. - MegaSoulhero
I ask myself this question everyday. In the beginning of Tangled, Rapunzel sings about how she does a lot of interesting things in the tower but all she wants to do is go outside. I like this song because it's basically a better version of Part of Your World from the Little Mermaid. Ariel sings about wanting to go above shore despite having tons of valuable collectibles and being a princess and Rapunzel sings about wanting to experience the outside world considering she's been locked up in a tower her whole life and basically does the same old stuff everyday. And the reason Rapunzel wants to leave the tower is so she could see the floating lights that appear on her birthday. Most people would think that's a coincidence. Kind of like how my birthday is the same day as Disney World's birthday. October 1st. So it's a good thing Rapunzel found out that the lanterns were meant for her. Also, I have absolutely no idea why Gothel didn't lie to her about her birthday! Basically, this song ...more - MegaSoulhero
I love this song so much! I See the Light and this are just amazing!
I do but unfortunately it doesn't snow in San Diego. This is one of the songs from Frozen that a lot of people like to sing. Which is why people hate it! Although, no one ever gives a legit reason as to why they hate it. It's sung by young Anna who wants to spend time with her sister. Since she no longer remembers that Elsa has powers, she is confused as to why Elsa doesn't want to hang out with her. There's even a clever part in which Anna says "Hang in there, Joan" and points to a Joan of Arc painting. Just like Elsa, Joan was accused of sorcery. This song doesn't get truly emotional until the end. We see that Anna and Elsa's parents have died and since Elsa doesn't want to hurt Anna, she still doesn't leave her room making Anna feel lonely. What is with Disney and killing off parents anyway? This is a pretty emotional song. Anna really wanted to spend time with her sister. I know Elsa was still insecure about her powers but it's still pretty sad that they went so long without ...more - MegaSoulhero
Fun fact: I got to see Kristen Bell perform this song live at the D23 Expo in 2015. For the First Time in Forever is the third song in Frozen. Anna is very excited that it's coronation day because it means that the gates are opening, she gets to meet new people, and she might get to meet "the one". This song pretty much sums up Anna's personality. She's weird and very funny. That's what makes her really likeable! I thought it was pretty funny when she said "I wanna stuff some chocolate in my face." That wasn't the original line by the way. It was something else but I'm not gonna say what it was because it's gross. The song is pretty good in the movie but I absolutely love the performance of this song in Frozen Live at the Hyperion in Disney California Adventure! In that show, it's not just Anna and Elsa singing, the coronation guests sing it as well! I hope they do that in the Broadway version! - MegaSoulhero
I hate Frozen. It's the worst film ever made. Where The Dead Go To Die is a masterpiece compared to this.
I'm just gonna say this now. Mother Gothel is kind of hot! Anyway, after Rapunzel asks her "mother" if she could leave the tower, Gothel starts singing to her about the horrors of the outside world. And she's pretty accurate! Going outside is pretty scary! Which is why I try my best to avoid it. Lol. Kidding. Even though in this song she makes it sound like she cares about Rapunzel, we know that she just cares about herself and wants Rapunzel around for her hair. Disney villains always seem to get very good songs. It's too bad Frozen doesn't have a villain song! - MegaSoulhero
Frozen Heart is the very first song in Frozen and it is pretty good! I don't know why people are saying they hate this song. Well, I've never heard people mention this song specifically but when you say you hate every song from Frozen, that includes this one. I guess there are people who forget about this one since you don't hear little kids singing this one. I find this song to be very underrated! It's sung by ice harvesters and we are even introduced to young Kristoff and young Sven. This song also consists of foreshadowing. The line "And break the frozen heart" foreshadows the fact that Anna's heart became frozen and that only an act of true love could save her. For some reason, ice harvesters can predict the future! Although I don't understand how they were able to cut through ice by hitting it one time with a pick axe. - MegaSoulhero
It's a fun song. Hippogriffs - Sambazing
I honestly don't like this song. It's annoying, it's random, and it's cliché! Rapunzel and Flynn go inside a bar with a misleading name and it's full of thugs! They're about to beat up Flynn but then Rapunzel stops them, tells them about her dream, the main thug walks up to Rapunzel in a menacing way with an axe, then he says "I had a dream once" then they break into song! Now who didn't see that coming? Very cliché idea for a musical number! Also, most of these thugs have some weird secrets. One of them does interior design, one of them is a florist, one of them likes to knit, one of them is even a brony! A lot of weird secrets! This song always got on my nerves but the reason it's on this list is because I ran out of good songs to include. - MegaSoulhero
I've got a dream is the best...it makes us too to dream...the song shows in a natural way that how even a worst person can also have a dying dream...
the lyrics was perfect and matched the tune
This song is pretty decent and enjoyable I guess. It's about Olaf wanting to experience summer despite being a snowman. This is a pretty dark song if you think about it. This song is meant for comedy but it's still pretty dark since we all know that snowmen melt when they are exposed to warm temperatures. This is just okay to me. I'm pretty sure it only exists just so Olaf can have a song. It's still better than the other song that they were originally going to have Olaf sing! If I were Kristoff, I would've just told Olaf right off the bat what would happen to him in summer! - MegaSoulhero
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2. I See the Light
3. For the First Time in Forever (Reprise)