MANILA - Can't get enough of the soundtrack to Disney's 'Frozen?' Here are some Filipino versions and covers that will surely melt your heart, make you laugh, and make you want to watch the movie all over again.
First off is a Pinoy version of "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" translated into "Gusto mong gumawa ng taong nyebe?" uploaded by YouTube user Silverrainxyz.
It was among the first of the Tagalog covers to go viral because it managed to retain most of the music's original appeal.
The next version was made by ASAP's Sessionistas led by Juris Fernandez, Princess Velasco and Aiza Seguerra. In the short clip, the three took turns in imitating the young Anna's voice, originally sang by Livvy Stubenrauch.
Here are two Tagalog versions of the movie's other hit "Let It Go." The first one was translated by YouTube user Kris Dulay, while the latter, entitled "Bumitaw," was uploaded by DisneyDubAmy.
"Bumitaw" may have the least number of views among the videos on this list, but with lyrics such as "Ang ihip ng hangin, parang habagat sa loob," it might as well be the most well-thought-out Tagalog translation of the hit song.
This next version will surely make you laugh. Vimeo user Frances Cabatuando uploaded a "conyo" version, asking viewers "G ka ba to build a snowman?"
And last but not the least, this cover was uploaded by YouTube user Marie Del Aguila. It may not be a Tagalog version but it was so beautifully done by a couple of kids that it had to be on the list.
Watch it. You won't even notice the difference.
Sadly, Disney didn't include any of these Tagalog versions in its own multi-lingual cover, which features over 25 different languages.
The fun begins, however, when you start tracking down each country's version of 'Let It Go.'