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This song tells us that, let go all your secrets, once I heard this song I faced myself and be strong to tell the truth to every person I know, if you let it go you can be free as you wanted to be, but always remember a person who keeps a secret, that secret can be spread to others. But Elsa is different than us, cause Elsa leaved when Anna and the other people know that Elsa was hiding something. But we are not like that we never leave when others know your secret. This song has a very powerful meaning. The other song " do you want to build a snowman" Anna had been very patient to build a snowman until she becomes a teenager, the movie "Frozen" has a lot of lesson to be learned every person in this world. Well actually I want to be free like her.

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