‘Frozen’ Songwriters Pen Neil Patrick Harris’ Oscars Songs & These 4 Lyrics From The Film Would Fit In Perfectly

It's 2015 and we still can't "Let It Go," so it makes sense that Frozen ' s songwriters will write a song for Neil Patrick Harris at the Oscars. Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez won a statue for the Idina Menzel showstopper last year, and will be working on "an original multimedia musical sequence" called "Moving Pictures," according to co-producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron. NPH will perform with special guests during the Feb. 22 show (airing at 7 p.m. ET on ABC), and he even teased the big number with a Twitter video on Tuesday.

"What they're doing I am not at liberty to say, but I can tell you it won't be a song called 'Let It O' with a big, giant Swarovski crystal 'O' in the background," Harris revealed, which means "Let It Go" could still make an appearance. In fact, many lines from Frozen could make their way into the song, perhaps with just one or two changed lyrics. To fully illustrate this — pun absolutely intended — I've compiled an imagined medley of the Lopez duo's tunes that fit the exciting mood of the night, pairing them with memorable Barney Stinson GIFs from How I Met Your Mother to really drive it home. But first, check out Harris' adorable announcement.

"Do You Want To Build A Snowman?"

Lyric: "They say have courage/And I'm trying to/I'm right out here for you/Please let me in."

"Let It Go"

Lyric: "It's time to see what I can do/To test the limits and break through/No right, no wrong, no rules for me/I'm free!"

"For The First Time In Forever"

Lyric: "Don't know if I'm elated or gassy/But I'm somewhere in that zone/'Cause for the first time in forever/I won't be alone."

"Fixer-Upper"

Lyric: "We’re only saying that love’s a force/That’s powerful and strange/People make bad choices/If they’re mad or scared or stressed/But throw a little love their way/And you’ll bring out their best!"

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