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This page is about the song. For the book, see A Frozen Heart.
Frozen Heart
"Frozen Heart"

Performer

Cast

Writer

Robert Lopez
Kristen Anderson-Lopez

Released

November 25, 2013

Duration

1:46

Album

Frozen Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Track

1

Followed by

"Do You Want to Build a Snowman?"

"Frozen Heart" is a song written by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez and sung by the cast of Frozen in the 2013 Disney animated film.

During the song the ice harvesters worked throughout the course of a day to gather ice to sell in Arendelle. As the older harvesters worked, young Kristoff and his reindeer, Sven focused on obtaining their own load, though they only managed to secure a single block before night fell.

Lyrics

Born of cold and winter air
And mountain rain combining...
This icy force both foul and fair
Has a frozen heart worth mining

So cut through the heart cold and clear
Strike for love and strike for fear
See the beauty, sharp and sheer
Split the ice apart!
And break the frozen heart

Hyup!
Ho!
Watch your step!
Let it go!

Hyup!
Ho!
Watch your step!
Let it go!

Beautiful!
Powerful!
Dangerous.
Cold!

Ice has a magic can't be controlled
Stronger than one! Stronger than ten!
Stronger than a hundred men!

Hyup!

Born of cold and winter air
And mountain rain combining!
This icy force both foul and fair
Has a frozen heart worth mining!

Cut through the heart cold and clear!
Strike for love and strike for fear!
There's beauty and there's danger here
Split the ice apart!
Beware the frozen heart ...

Trivia

References

  1. Oh My Disney (January 2015). Frozen’s Opening Song Predicts the Whole Movie. Oh My Disney. Retrieved on February 28, 2015.

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