Tuesday, June 10, 2014

The True Meaning of ‘Let it Go’?

Today, I present to you another “Let it Go” cover.

I know what you’re thinking: “Ugh, not another one!?”

Hold on there.  This is a different kind of cover.

It’s (almost) the truth behind the meaning of “Let it Go” (like what I did there, Frank?)

Dewey Roth and his wife, Debbie.
Image courtesy Dewey's Facebook
profile and used with permission.
Now you’re interested?

First, let me give you some backstory.  My friend/mentor Dewey Roth is one of the funniest people I know.  I first met him at Giant Step Theatre, where he was choreographer/director/actor/"Stupid Stories" teller…what was your title anyway, Dewey?

He writes a blog called Almost the Truth, in which he discusses, well, almost the truth about things.

And there’s always a touch of humor.

Now, without further ado, here is Dewey’s interpretation of the true meaning of the “Let it Go” lyrics.

Enjoy! (You will.)



  1. My official title at Giant Step Theatre: Pete's MonkeyBoy.

    And one correction...they are Stupid Stories...far beyond silly.

    1. Omgosh, super embarrassing! I totally KNEW that, I was even thinking it as I wrote it, and yet it...came out wrong :P Fixing it now.

      PS love the title.


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