Anderson-Lopez and Lopez, who wrote the songs for the animated film Frozen , reprised their roles for the sequel Frozen II. Once a foundation for the story emerged, Anderson-Lopez and Lopez marked out points where songs would be used to move the story forward. The pair needed a song for a major moment for Elsa. Initially, the pair wrote a song called "I Seek the Truth" for the moment. At this point, the concept of Elsa hearing and following a mysterious voice had not been conceived yet. When this plot point was developed, the pair went back to the scene and wrote "Into the Unknown". Menzel first sang the song in her dressing room backstage at an off-Broadway play, with Anderson-Lopez and Lopez bringing in a keyboard to provide the music. The song is Elsa's "flagship number", and prominently features a siren call that serves as the film's musical motif that Christophe Beck weaves throughout the film score. Within the narrative of the film, the song details Elsa's inner conflict over deciding whether or not to leave Arendelle and track down the source of a mysterious voice she keeps hearing. On its theater release, the movie numbered 47 dubbings worldwide, with the song Into the Unknown counting 46 versions overall: Charlotte Hervieux's recording of the song was used in both French versions released in Europe and Canada, although the rest of the dubbings were independent.
Into the Unknown
"Into the Unknown" is the quintessential Elsa ballad.
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Idina Menzel Lyrics. Ah ah oh oh oh Ah ah oh oh oh oh oh oh I can hear you but I won't Some look for trouble while others don't There's a thousand reasons I should go about my day And ignore your whispers which I wish would go away, oh oh oh Ah ah oh oh Oh oh Ah ah oh oh You're not a voice You're just a ringing in my ear And if I heard you, which I don't I'm spoken for I fear Everyone I've ever loved is here within these walls I'm sorry, secret siren, but I'm blocking out your calls I've had my adventure, I don't need something new I'm afraid of what I'm risking if I follow you Into the unknown Into the unknown Into the unknown Ah ah oh oh Ah ah oh oh oh oh What do you want? Or are you someone out there who's a little bit like me? Who knows deep down I'm not where I'm meant to be? Every day's a little harder as I feel my power grow Don't you know there's part of me that longs to go… Into the unknown? Do you know me? Can you feel me?
Thanks to the release of Frozen 2 in November , kids across the world are attempting to belt another one of Elsa's Idina Menzel equally challenging power ballads. As catchy and complex as "Let it Go," Frozen 2 's break-out hit "Into the Unknown" is a reminder of Elsa's emotional depths—and Menzel's chops as a singer who can infuse impossibly high notes with heart. In addition to achieving cultural ubiquity, "Into the Unknown" is also poised to carry on "Let it Go's" tradition of sweeping awards season. The tune was already nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Original Song, and is anticipated to get a nod from the Academy, too. Arriving at the start of the movie, "Into the Unknown" spurs Elsa onto another journey despite her reluctance to go on said journey. Throughout the Frozen movies, Elsa Idina Menzel uses songs to excavate deep-seated truths about herself. For one, Elsa sings her ballads when she's completely alone. A classic introvert, Elsa's mind is most clear when she's by herself. More importantly, though, the songs demonstrate Elsa's uniquely isolated position. Her icy powers separate her from all the normal folk, including her sister.