Let It Go, Let It Be

When I find myself enjoying quiet
Both my children come to me
Singing songs from Frozen, “Let It Go”

No matter day or darkness
They are singing right in front of me
Singing songs from Frozen, “Let It Go”

“Let It Go,” “Let It Go”
“Let It Go,” “Let It Go”
I am getting sick of
“Let It Go”

And when all the preschool children
Gather in the playground park
That’s what they’ll be singing, “Let It Go”

I cannot help but notice
How much Disney runs our lives
When all I want to do is, let it go

“Let It Go,” “Let It Go”
“Let It Go,” “Let It Go”
Singing songs from Frozen
“Let It Go”

“Let It Go,” “Let It Go”
“Let It Go,” “Let It Go”
I am getting sick of
“Let It Go”

(instrumental)

“Let It Go,” “Let It Go”
“Let It Go,” “Let It Go”
I am getting sick of
“Let It Go”

And when my thoughts are forming
Falling crystals from an icy blast
Why can’t this be over, “Let it Go”

I wake up to the sound of music
Thanks to Lopez and Mendel
Just one song from Frozen, “Let It Go”

“Let It Go,” “Let It Go”
“Let It Go,” “Let It Go”
I am getting sick of
“Let It Go”

“Let It Go,” “Let It Go”
“Let It Go,” “Let It Go”
I am getting sick of
“Let It Go”

Here we stand and here we’ll stay
Because we love our kids so much
We’ll let them keep on singing, “Let It Go”

Let the storm range on outside you
Remember that it’s just a song
Take a breath and then just let it go

Yeah, let it go, let it go
Let it go, yeah, let it go
That will be my answer, let it go

Let it go, let it go
Let it go, yeah, let it go
Don’t let it bother you now
Let it go

(with apologies to Sir Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Robert Lopez, Kristen Anderson-Lopez, and Idina Menzel)

This week’s column is written by Michael A. Burstein.

About this column: The adventures of two Brookline parents and their twin daughters, Muffin and Squeaker. Copyright 2014 by Michael and Nomi Burstein.

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