The song “Let it go” is secretly about farting

Ever wonder why the song let it go is so popular with children? I mean unreasonably popular with children. I have a theory that I stumbled across quite by accident. One fine day I was joking around with my nephew singing the song let it go as if it was about farting. Something that uncles and nephews do the world over. To my absolute shock I realised the song is already about farting. And I don’t just mean the title. There are so many lines in this song that make it sound like the tragic story of a flatulent princess scorned by the court. Let’s break it down.

 

The snow glows white on the mountain tonight

Not a foot print to be seen,

A kingdom of isolation and it looks like I’m the queen.

 

So far not much hint of the flatulent princess, true, but the next two lines give us the first hint.

 

The wind is howling like the swirling storm inside

Couldn’t keep it in, heaven knows I tried.

 

I know I’ve had my fair share of times trying to keep back the swirling storm inside.

 

Don’t let them in don’t let them see

Be the good girl you always have to be

Conceal don’t feel, don’t let them know.

Well now they know.

 

Here we start to learn the tragic story of the flatulent princess. Clearly there has been much pressure placed on her by the court and her overbearing parents to conceal her farts and bee a good girl. Going as far as barring others from entering rooms she’s farted in.

 

Let it go, let it go

Turn away and slam the door

Let it go, let it go

You’ll never hear me cry

I don’t care what they’re going to say

Let the storm rage on.

The cold never bothered me anyway.

 

I assume it’s pretty obvious how the words let it go link to farting. Turn away and slam the door is yet another hint at the measures the flatulent princess has had to go to to conceal her farts. Clearly the ridicule of court life has left her with a denial defence mechanism as she claims no one ever hears her cry. The final line rather than being an empowering statement in regards to having freezing super powers and how you aren’t effected by the cold becomes the words of someone forced to leave the building to fart.

 

It’s funny how some distance makes everything seem small

And the fears that once controlled me can’t get to me at all.

It’s time to test the limits and break through

No rules for me, I’m free

Distance always makes farts seem small. Yet again we have hints of the lengths and measures our flatulent princess has to go to relieve herself in peace. Finally to the point of fleeing her castle.

 

Let it go, let it go,

I’m one with the wind and sky

Let it go let it go

You’ll never hear me cry

Here I stand and here I stay

Let the storm rage on

 

Personally, I’m one with the wind and sky is the best way to describe a fart I’ve ever heard. Which is all I really feel I need to say about this verse.

After this point the song gets very abstract in terms of it still being about a flatulent princess. The possibilities of analogies are still present just even more of stretch than my previous stretches. I’ve simply reached the conclusion that our flatulent princess escaped the overly judgemental court of her upbringing and went on to do lots of drugs.

Hope you enjoyed this take on the song let it go. Please pass it on so more people can be enlightened

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