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‘Let it Go,’ Passover’s new ‘Dayenu’

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Students at Atlanta's Weber School produced one of the "Frozen" parody videos for Passover.

Students at Atlanta’s Weber School produced one of the “Frozen” parody videos for Passover.

“Let it Go,” the wildly popular and Academy Award-winning song from Disney’s “Frozen” has made Jewish singer/actress Idina Menzel into a household name.

It’s also spawned a slew of Passover-related parody videos, of widely varying quality, on YouTube. (And you thought you were the only person to make the connection between “let it go” and “let my people go”?)

Kveller, the Jewish parenting site, has compiled a list of the five best, and we’ve embedded one here. Check them all out and e-mail jwiener@jta.org if you find an even better version — or if you would like to share your own “Let it Go” Passover lyrics in an easily printable format that can be inserted into a Haggadah. We just might publish it on “The Telegraph.”

 

Passover Parody of Let it Go – “Let Us Go” from Chuck Green on Vimeo.

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