Frozen Fever has officially hit fans of the hit Disney movie, and now the first official take of the first mini-sequel to Frozen has arrived online. Yesterday (March 12), a new song from Idina Menzel's Elsa and Kirsten Bell's Anna, "Making Today A Perfect Day" was released, giving the first hint about what the "Frozen Fever" really is.
Penned by Frozen songwriter Chris Buck "Making Today A Perfect Day' is a gleeful, upbeat piano melody in the reign of plenty of jazzy Disney favorites.
Lyrically, "Making Today A Perfect Day" reveals that Elsa is planning on throwing Anna a birthday party, before she comes down with a bit of a cold. And we're not talking snow and ice here - we're talking she's got a case of the sniffles.
Despite what sound like elaborate plans for a party, Elsa isn't fully capable of pulling it all. But, just like in the original feature film, sisterly love and bonding makes the day pretty perfect anyway...
And, of course, the song wouldn't be wholly complete without a wink at the film that even made Frozen Fever possible. After Anna suggests that Elsa may be coming down with a little cold, she riffs that "the cold never bothered me anyway," straight out of "Let It Go." Elsa also hints at "Do You Want to Build a Snowman" by referencing the door that Anna sat outside of for much of their childhood.
Listen to the new song "Making Today A Perfect Day" below:
Frozen Fever is out now and airing before theatrical screenings of Disney's live-action film Cinderella.