ARI NO MAMA DE: Japanese Version of Frozen’s “Let It Go”

Rating: 😀 😀 😀 😀 🙂 (4 & 1/2 grins)

Ever since I watched Disney’s hit animated film Frozen, theme song “Let It Go” has played inside my head over and over again that I want to tear all my hair out.  Why must I hear this song all the time?  This blasted. . .alluring song.  It’s frustrating, yet I can’t stop listening to it.

Then I made the mistake of listening to it in different languages.  What the heck was I thinking?!

The Japanese rendition of “Let It Go”, “ありのままで” (Ari No Mama De), performed by Matsu Takako (松たか子) in the film [アナと雪の女王 (Ana to Yuki no Jo-ou/Ana & the Snow Queen) in Japanese] is beautiful.

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Now the Japanese version is stuck in my head, even more than the original English one.  Ugh!  I’m so annoyed!

whispers:  I love the song, though.  Ssssh!

ARI NO MAMA DEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE~

Links:
Ana to Yuki no Jo-ou (Frozen) at Disney Japan (Japanese)
Matsu Takako Official Website (Japanese)


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Published by Arria Cross

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    1. Thank you very much for the video links, but I must say that I already watched all of these, including all the Japanese versions of most Disney movies. The songs from Tarzan in Japanese are REALLY good, if you’re interested in knowing.

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    1. Yes, most of the lip syncing matches; that’s why the Japanese version is one of my favourites. Frozen’s great, but. . .(whispers: I wasn’t too impressed with it overall). Sssh! (looks around)

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      1. Haha don’t worry, I won’t tell anyone!

        (Psst, Hey see that guy over there, he wasn’t impressed with Frozen) gasp

        I’ll get to it one of these days, but I miss when Disney used to make the good old 2D animations.

        Have a great day!

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      2. That’s great to hear. I’m glad I’m not the only one. Phew!

        Me, too. Tarzan’s great in Japanese, too. Especially the songs, the voice actors did a great job.

        You, too. Have a great day. Cheers!

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      1. Oh wait, I think I listened to a beki version of Let It Go, back when I also watched the Japanese dialect’s version. Haha

        Well, the lyrics in the bridge was fun. XD And that bonus track at the end. Mommy D XD

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      2. Beki = Gay/Homosexual man; Personally, I think the terms refer to those who don’t hide their sexuality, essentially in speech, the way they dress and/or behave. They have their own \gay lingo\, that I can’t fully understand yet because, well, it’s their own language full of jargons a few people can only understand. (Unfortunately, I haven’t interacted a lot with these people, so I really won’t get everything they say.) But hey, most of them are really fun to be with, and are often respectful (speaking from experience). I’ve yet to meet a rude beki. I really think highly of them. 🙂

        Anyhoo

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      3. Oh my gosh! These beki versions are hilarious! Hahaha! I can’t stop laughing, even though I can barely understand the lyrics. It might as well be a completely separate language from Filipino.

        I think I like the “Kembot Na” (Let it Go) than the “G ka ba to build a snowman”. I barely understand it. Hahaha. Thanks!

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