When Google Translate 'Sings' Lyrics From Disney's 'Frozen,' Things Get Silly Real Fast

That laugh building in your belly? Let it go.

English is such a funny language. Especially when it's fed into Google Translate, transformed into another language or seven, and re-translated back into English — and then sung by YouTuber Malinda Kathleen Reese.

Her popular "Google Translate Sings" series has been covering some of music's biggest songs, from Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," to Adele's "Hello," to Sleeping Beauty's "Once Upon a Dream."

A more recent Disney film serves as the inspiration for her latest clip, as she performs "For the First Time in Forever" from the hit film, Frozen.

In this latest video, Reese teams up with singer and vocal coach Evynne Hollens. The two role-play real-life versions of animated sisters, Elsa and Anna.

As the pair frolic through the modern-day castle, the song's words transform from talk of parties and meeting boys to sparkling wine (OK, that's still somewhat in line with the original), to the Celtics (we're a little unclear if this refers to sports or medieval times), to term limits for politicians (yeah, we're just stumped on this one).

See, isn't English a funny language?

You can check out the duo's Disney-fied "Google Translate Sings" above.

But these singers do more than poke fun at the House of Mouse and Google Translate. Check out their amazing rendition of the song's actual lyrics in the video below: