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Here’s Your Chance To Listen To The New Frozen Song That Will Be In Your Head For The Rest Of Your Life

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Here s Your Chance To Listen To The New  em Frozen em  Song That Will Be In Your Head For The Rest Of Your Life Screen Shot 2014 09 25 at 8 40 45 AM 280x157 pngWe’re just a few days away from the release of Frozen Fever, the new Elsa and Anna-starring short attached to Disney’s live-action Cinderella, and the big new song has already been released. As far as science can tell, all children are still obsessed with Frozen, so get ready for this to be in your head for the rest of your natural life:

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The song is available on iTunes, so you’ll want to buy it so your children can ask you to play it in the car on repeat. (I don’t know what it is about children and the “repeat” button, but I would like to formally apologize to my mother for playing only Into The Woods for a week and a half straight during college visits.)

The song also gives us a pretty clear idea what the plot of the short will be: Elsa has planned a giant surprise party for Anna’s birthday, but Elsa has a cold. (Hence the “Frozen Fever” title.) Somehow, despite having a cold, Elsa is still able to sing like Idina Menzel, and even gets in a callback to “the cold never bothered me anyway.”

It sounds pretty fun and all the main characters from the first movie get call-outs. Cinderella looks like it was worth seeing even without the Frozen addition, but it certainly won’t hurt sales. But it is a serious earworm. At first I was joking about how long this song would be in your heads, but my brain has forced me to sing “We’re making today a perfect day/We’re making today a perfect day,” since I started writing this post. “Forever” might not be such an overstatement after all.

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