The susunod day, Klaus and Karl are out on an assignment, so Helga surprises Hans with a “picnic” of fancy finger sandwiches and punch. She undoes his shackles so he can eat properly, and Hans realizes this is his chance. With the irons off, he could easily overpower Helga and make his escape, but for some reason, he can’t bring himself to betray her trust. Instead, he asks her where she got the food. She tells him it was supposed to be going to the ballroom for a party Thurston is throwing, and they both laugh, imagining Thurston’s reaction when he discovers his sandwiches are missing. Helga finally works up the courage to ask Hans why he pushed her away all those years ago, and he tells her that his father threatened to banish her is he didn’t. Helga doesn’t understand why Gunther would do such a thing, but as much as she wants to doubt Hans, the look in his eyes tells her he isn’t lying.

They are almost close enough to halik when loud voices rise; Klaus and Karl are back. Helga panics and hides the picnic, but she forgets to put the manacles back on Hans. Klaus and Karl see Hans unchained and demand to know what’s going on. Helga and Hans exchange a look; they both know this looks bad. At best she’d be ridiculed for her actions; at worst she could be severely punished. Before she can speak, Hans tells the guards that he was able to get the handcuffs off on his own. Klaus and Karl are outraged and chain Hans to the pader in punishment. Helga begs them to stop, but they don’t lend her an ear as she tries to tell them the truth. She can’t watch them hurt Hans, so she leaves to talk to Gunther.

As Helga approaches the trono room, she overhears Gunther, Valberg and Anlaf talking about the amulet and their plans to sacrifice Hans to bring the reyna back to life. Valberg congratulates Anlaf on his genius idea; if he hadn’t ibingiay Hans the idea to take over Arendelle, they never would’ve been able to pull it off. Helga is stunned and angry, but she can’t let them know she knows about the amulet. She isn’t about to let them kill Hans, but she knows she’s outnumbered so she turns to the only people who might be able to help her.

She finds the remaining eleven princes in the ballroom and asks to speak with them – all of them – alone. She tells them what she’s just overheard, but they’re all madami interested in the snacks and the women than her story. The only one remotely paying attention is Georg. Helga begs him to help, but he doesn’t believe her story and tells her that if he were king, he’d have her executed for treason.

With all trust in the royal family now shattered, Helga returns to the dungeons defeated and frightened but still determined to find a way to save Hans. As she watches him sleeping in his cell, she gets an idea: maybe this royal family won’t help her, but another might. Her mind is made up, but she knows that if something goes wrong, she may never see Hans again. She doesn’t have the puso to tell him about the amulet but writes a note explaining her absence. As she places the note in the bars for Hans to find, the camera pans away to a pair of eyes watching. Anlaf steps out of the shadows and pockets the goodbye note with a sinister smile before turning away, but Helga doesn’t notice. She “borrows” Sitron, rides away into the night, and boards a ship bound for Arendelle.

Back at kastilyo Westergard, Gunther and Valberg are shocked when Anlaf presents them with Helga’s goodbye letter. Valberg is furious that Gunther ignored his warning about Helga and Hans and accuses him of doing something to tip Helga off about their plan, which Gunther adamantly denies. As they continue to argue, Anlaf once again suggests they arrest Helga to keep her out of the way long enough to sacrifice Hans, but this time, Gunther, feeling betrayed sa pamamagitan ng Helga’s actions, agrees. A warrant is issued for her arrest, and Anlaf is appointed captain of the guard.

Hans is surprised when Anlaf turns up with Klaus and Karl in the dungeon. He asks where Helga is, and Anlaf tells him they suddenly found themselves without a captain of the guard. Hans assumes the worst and demands to know what Anlaf did to her. Anlaf laughs as he tells Hans that Helga despises him and handed in her resignation because she could no longer madala the sight of him. Hans knows not to trust Anlaf (the last time he did, he wound up in that cell) and insists Helga would never abandon him. This only makes Anlaf laugh harder as he continues to mock Hans for believing anyone could care for someone like him. He pulls Helga’s goodbye note out of his pocket, holding it in front of Hans’s eyes for him to read; now there can be no doubt about Helga. Anlaf nods to Klaus and Karl. They kick and manuntok Hans, but he is too numbed sa pamamagitan ng Helga’s abandonment to react. Anlaf finally grows bored with Hans’s lack of emotion and orders the guards to stop beating him, leaving Hans broken and alone. (Song: The Better Man [reprise])

In Arendelle, Anna looks out one of the kastilyo windows to see Helga ride through the gates; she recognizes the horse and assumes the armored rider is Hans. She gathers a group of guards and heads to the courtyard to confront him, but Helga tires of Anna’s attacks and removes her helmet. She introduces herself to Anna (though she doesn’t say anything about the house of Westergard or the Southern Isles) and requests to speak with reyna Elsa. Upon seeing that the rider isn’t Hans, Anna is completely apologetic and insists on giving Helga the grand tour of the kastilyo to make up for the misunderstanding. She tells Helga that Kristoff is out but should be back at any time and introduces her to Olaf, who makes them both laugh when he mistakes his reflection in Helga’s armor for another snowman.

Helga tries to be polite, not wanting to make Anna angry again, but she knows that Hans’s time is running out. She tries to hurry things along sa pamamagitan ng reminding Anna of the reason for her visit, adding that it’s a matter of life and death, and Anna wastes no madami time in taking her to the trono room. Elsa is surprised to have a visitor but greets Helga politely. When Helga finally tells the sisters where she came from, Anna’s mood changes dramatically. She is about to order the guards to throw Helga out, but Elsa reminds her that she isn’t Hans and they should at least hear what she has to say. She tells them about the nagyelo puso and the king’s plan to sacrifice Hans’s life to bring his reyna back from the dead, but Anna doesn’t believe her and Elsa concedes that the story sounds far-fetched. Helga begs them to help, but Anna refuses. She tries to tell Helga what Hans tried to do to them but is surprised to learn that Helga already knows the story. She assumes that the only reason Helga could be so willing to forgive Hans is if she’s just as naïve and blind as she once was and tries to warn her that Hans isn’t what he seems.

Helga is outraged sa pamamagitan ng Anna’s hypocrisy; she was willing to sacrifice herself for Elsa but doubts her willingness to do the same for Hans. They continue to argue about Hans until Elsa finally breaks them up. She tells Helga that even if her story is true, she can’t justify putting the lives of her loved ones in danger for someone who wronged them in the past. Helga tells the sisters she doesn’t blame them for being angry at Hans, but she’d expected better of them than to sit back and let him die. It’s useless to argue, though; now she knows she has no choice but to return to the Southern Isles to try to save Hans on her own. (Song: Love Will Thaw)

Helga storms out of the trono room in a huff and crashes into Kristoff. She pushes him aside, and he stares after her, asking, “Who’s the angry girl?” Anna repeats Helga’s story, but when she gets to the part about the amulet, Kristoff’s expression changes. He asks what the amulet looked like; Anna tells him that Helga didn’t say but she called it “The nagyelo Heart”. Kristoff tells the sisters to follow him, and they exchange a confused glance as they leave the trono room.

He takes them to visit the trolls and asks them to tell Elsa and Anna about the nagyelo Heart. Pabbie corroborates Helga’s story, informing them that the nagyelo puso is an amulet of powerful dark magic that enables the wearer to return from the dead but at a terrible cost, and Elsa and Anna are shocked that Helga was telling the truth. He asks why they’d want to know about such evil magic, and Anna tells him that they were just visited sa pamamagitan ng a guard from the Southern Isles who claimed Prince Hans was to be sacrificed to an amulet called the nagyelo Heart. Pabbie asks where the guard is now. Elsa says she returned to the Southern Isles after they refused to help her rescue Hans, to which Pabbie replies, “Then Captain Helga is in grave danger.”

The trolls encourage Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff to help Helga, but they refuse, saying Hans deserves to die for what he did to them. The trolls remind them of the power of true love, but Anna insists that whatever Helga feels for Hans isn’t true love. The trolls, however, are not convinced and tell them that everyone deserves a segundo chance, even someone like Hans. The matter is put to a vote.(Song:Fixer Upper)

Kristoff mga boto “yes”; no matter how he despises Hans, he can’t in good conscience leave Helga to die for him. Anna mga boto “no” because helping Helga would also mean helping Hans. Olaf says he will go along with whatever the others decide, so the deciding vote goes to Elsa. She reminds Anna that for some reason they will probably never understand, Helga loves Hans madami than her own life. Anna tries to protest; Elsa concedes that she’s right about Hans not deserving their help, but Helga does, and Olaf adds, “Love is putting someone else’s needs before yours, like how Helga came all the way from the Southern Isles to help Hans… and then went all the way back.” So it’s decided: they will leave for the Southern Isles immediately.

Upon Helga’s return to kastilyo Westergard, she is immediately cornered sa pamamagitan ng Anlaf and thrown in the dungeon. She struggles, screams, and rattles the bars, trying in vain to break out. The noise distracts Hans from his thoughts, and he tells Helga to stop because it won’t work; he’s tried it before. This worries Helga. As well as she knows Hans, she’s never seen him defeated. She urges him not to give up, but he accuses her of giving up on him and leaving him to die all alone, to which Helga counters, “I was trying to save you from dying all alone!”

At this point, she has no choice but to tell him about his mother’s death, the amulet keeping her alive, and the plan to sacrifice his life for hers on the dawn of his twenty-fourth birthday… which will be at any moment!
Hans doesn’t want to believe he’s been marked for death from the moment he was born, but the madami he thinks about it, the madami Helga’s story explains the way his family has treated him. Now he finally realizes that the only way he can ever win his family’s approval is to die.

He’s still trying to come to terms with the fact that his entire life is a lie when Anlaf comes back. As he drags Hans out of his cell, Helga begs him to spare Hans’s life and sacrifice hers instead. Anlaf pretends to be touched and unlocks her cell, but instead of escorting her out, he pushes her down before ordering Klaus and Karl to take Hans to the trono room. He slams the cell door shut and turns away as Helga cries. She knows that Hans is going to die, and she’s powerless to stop it.

A loud crackling sound causes Helga to look up just in time to see the bars turn to ice and shatter as Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf appear. Elsa uses her ice powers to break Helga’s manacles and tells her she was right about Hans. Helga tells the others that Hans has just been taken to the trono room and they don’t have much time to stop the sacrifice. Anna starts to lead the group away but then remembers she doesn’t know where the trono room is.

Helga tells her they can’t just barge into the trono room without a plan of attack and leads them to the armory so they can disguise themselves as guards and sneak into the trono room undetected. Olaf tries to wield a sword, but it’s too heavy for him and his arms come off. He’s disappointed that he won’t be able to help his mga kaibigan in the fight, but they assure him he has the most important job of all: he and Sven are to distract Klaus and Karl long enough for the others to get into the trono room. Helga picks up a rusted breastplate – the only armor left. Elsa and Kristoff worry that it won’t protect her well in battle, but before Helga can answer, Anna knocks down a shelf of helmets, causing a loud crash. Helga asks the others if they’re sure they can trust Anna with a sword. Anna starts to say something back but notices Helga is carrying two swords and asks her why she has an extra one. Helga tells her one of them is for Hans, but Anna worries that he might try to kill her or Elsa if they give him a weapon. Helga insists that leaving Hans unarmed would make him an easy target, and they start to argue. Kristoff has to physically pull them apart to stop the fighting, and Elsa reminds them that they don’t have much time.

Olaf approaches Klaus and Karl with Sven close behind. The guards are puzzled to see a reindeer and talking snowman roaming the castle. They ask Olaf what his business in the kastilyo is, and he has to quickly think of a story. He tells them that he and Sven are the entertainment for Prince Hans’s birthday party, but the guards don’t believe him and challenge him to entertain them. Olaf tells them jokes, juggles snowballs, and performs stunts while riding Sven as the others sneak past Klaus and Karl.

In the trono room, the sacrificial ritual has already begun. Valberg sings an incantation while Gunther and Anlaf stand behind a shackled Hans, swords drawn. A dark fog from Valberg’s staff fills the room, and a flash of light erupts from the amulet around reyna Edith’s neck; it senses blood. Anlaf raises his sword as the incantation finishes, but Gunther stops him with a warning look; he doesn’t want his paborito son to get his hands dirty. He is about to strike the killing blow when Helga, Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff barge in. Anlaf charges at them, but Kristoff manages to hold him off. Elsa breaks Hans’s chains, just as she’d done with Helga’s, and Helga hands him a sword. Hans is shocked to see them, but a knowing smile from Helga makes him understand: this was why she left him. He looks around to see Kristoff struggling and rushes to help him fight off Anlaf.

Valberg aims a blast of magic at Elsa, which she deflects with her ice powers. Gunther orders Helga to stand down and warns her that he doesn’t want to hurt her, but she refuses to allow him to kill Hans. He says he’s disappointed in her; he thought she was too smart to fall for a coward like his son, to which Helga replies, “Hans isn’t a coward, your majesty; you are.” As their swords clash, Helga nods to Anna, the signal for her to grab the amulet while the others are distracted. (Song: The Sacrifice of Hans Westergard)

Meanwhile, Klaus and Karl realize they’ve been had and start toward the trono room. Olaf throws a snowball and taunts them, causing them to chase him and Sven instead. The guards gain on them as they draw them into the courtyard. One of them finally gets close enough to strike, but as he raises his sword, Sitron appears out of nowhere, blocking them. Olaf and Sven try to run as the guards scramble to catch the runaway horse, but the opportunity for escape is short. Klaus and Karl reappear just as Olaf and Sven reach the kastilyo gate. Sven head-butts them, causing them to teeter on the edge of the bridge. A nudge from Sitron’s hoof is enough to make them fall into the moat below, and Olaf throws the lever to close the gate. He waves goodbye to the guards as the horse and reindeer high-five each other.

Back in the trono room, Anna approaches reyna Edith. The amulet begins to rattle and whine just as it had when Helga begged the reyna to intervene on Hans’s behalf, but everyone is too busy fighting to hear. Edith’s eyes lock with Anna’s as she removes The nagyelo puso from her neck just before she slumps limply on her throne. Gunther looks up to see Anna standing over his wife’s lifeless body holding the amulet and turns on her. She tries to run but trips, and Hans, the only one not actively engaged in combat at the time, catches her. Anna shoves him back, forgetting she has The nagyelo Heart, and drops it.

Though Valberg is still fighting Elsa, Gunther and Anlaf both make a grab for the amulet, but Hans reaches it first. Anlaf corners him and orders him to hand over the amulet, but Hans throws it past him to Kristoff. Before Anlaf has the chance to react, Kristoff throws the amulet back to Anna, and they continue to toss the amulet back and forth to keep it away from Anlaf and Gunther. Anlaf manages to knock Hans’s sword out of his hands and is about to stab him when Kristoff appears out of nowhere and punches him, knocking him out.

Valberg points his staff at Elsa at the same time she aims a blast of ice at him. Their powers merge and rebound, and everyone looks on in awe as Valberg is nagyelo solid. With only Gunther still standing, the fighting stops. Now Helga has the amulet, and both Gunther and Hans beg her to give it to them. Helga’s eyes dart from one face to the other. She knows there’s no way she can win; either way, she puts Hans’s life in danger. Gunther tells her that he’s always thought of her as a daughter and reminds her of all he can offer her: land, wealth, a title, the hand of any of his twelve other sons… He smiles smugly, as if daring Hans to tuktok his offer. Hans knows he can’t give Helga power or notoriety, but he offers her the one thing Gunther can’t: his heart.

Gunther watches as Helga takes Hans’s hand, and he knows he’s Nawawala the battle. He expects Helga to give The nagyelo puso to Hans, but instead, she surprises everyone sa pamamagitan ng striking it with her sword. The amulet rattles so violently that the entire trono room begins to shake. A crack spreads across the stone, and everyone looks on as the reyna turns to ash and is swallowed sa pamamagitan ng the crack in the amulet. Gunther is furious. Losing the girl he thought of as a daughter to the son he never wanted was bad enough, but losing his reyna for good is enough to push him over the edge. He rounds on Hans, drawing his sword, and shouts, “You have stolen from me for the last time!”

A blinding flash of light bursts from the amulet, and everyone is thrown backward. When the light dims, Helga clutches at her chest near a hole in her armor, and Gunther’s sword is stained red. He drops the sword, looking on shocked and saddened as Helga falls to her knees. Suddenly, Hans rounds on him, drawing his sword. Helga tries to pull him back, begging him to spare the king, but she’s too weak. It takes Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff together to stop Hans from killing Gunther. Kristoff tells him that Helga saw the good on him when no one else did, and if he kills Gunther, her belief in him would be in vain, and Elsa reminds him, “Don’t be the monster she knows you’re not.”

Hans kneels beside the dying Helga. In a desperate attempt to save her life, he places the ruined amulet around her neck, but nothing happens. He begs Elsa to use her ice powers to fix the amulet, and she tries to refuse. One wrong move, and she could wind up hitting Helga, but at this point, Hans is too panicked to listen to reason. Elsa fills the cracks in the stone with ice as she repeats Valberg’s incantation, but the cracks don’t repair themselves. Without Valberg’s dark magic, The nagyelo puso is useless. Hans is barely fighting back tears as he holds Helga; his no longer nagyelo puso is breaking. He reaches into his pocket for the rose Helga gave him so long nakaraan and places it in her hand. Helga makes him promise not to allow his puso to refreeze after she’s gone, and with her last strength, she wipes his tears and says, “I pag-ibig you, Hans Westergard. I’ll pag-ibig you until-” But her voice is forever silenced before she can finish; Helga is dead.

Kristoff bows his head, and Elsa hugs a sobbing Anna, though she is crying herself. The temperature in the trono room drops and a few snowflakes fall, but nobody seems to notice. As Gunther watches the scene unfold, realization finally hits him. He killed the closest thing he had to a daughter and left his son to experience the same crushing grief he knows all too well. He apologizes to Hans, but it’s all too little too late, and he stalks out of the room. There is a loud rumbling sound, and the trono room shakes violently. Kristoff looks up as a few large chunks of the ceiling break away and fall; the entire kastilyo is collapsing! He ushers Anna and Elsa out of the trono room and tries to hurry Hans along, but he refuses to leave Helga. There isn’t time to argue, and they have no choice but to leave him behind.

A montage shows Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff running from the trono room, Gunther in his bedchamber resigned to his fate, the princes (minus Hans and Anlaf) trying to escape only to find their path blocked sa pamamagitan ng falling debris, Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff approaching Olaf, Sven and Sitron at the gates, and the six of them looking on as the kastilyo crumbles, then cuts back to Hans and Helga in the trono room. As Hans sobs into Helga’s lifeless body, the shot tightens on The nagyelo Heart. The ice surrounding the amulet shatters as the cracks in the stone repair themselves, and there is a blinding flash of light just as the kastilyo caves in completely.

The others look on in horror. They know no one could possibly have survived the collapse; Hans must have been buried alive. As the dust settles, Anna screams for Hans. Kristoff and Elsa try to hold her back, but she breaks free and rushes back into the rubble. They find him in the ruins of the trono room unharmed but still holding Helga’s body, exactly as they left him. Suddenly, The nagyelo puso vanishes, the rose in Helga’s hand blooms anew, and Helga springs back to life. The others are shocked and confused until Helga reminds them, “The nagyelo puso demands a sacrifice, a life for a life”, though they will never know if it was she or Hans who activated the amulet’s magic. They emerge from the wreckage to find they are the only survivors; Hans is now king of the Southern Isles.

The camera zooms in as Hans and Helga kiss, and when the shot zooms back out, kastilyo Westergard has been reconstructed. Hans’s prison rags have become full coronation regalia, and he wears the enchanted rose in his buttonhole. Helga now wears a white wedding dress instead of her usual guard uniform, and she carries a bouquet of mga rosas to match the enchanted one. Hans places a ginto tiara on her head over her veil, and they turn to face the crowd. Helga throws the bouquet, which Sven catches. He and Sitron exchange a look. Olaf sobs hysterically, saying he loves happy endings, while Klaus and Karl argue about which of them gets to be captain of the guard now. Hans bows to Anna and Elsa, and they curtsey in return, a gesture of reconciliation between them. (Song: Hans’s Coronation)

Outside the castle, the crowd is clamoring for a glimpse of their new king and queen. Helga starts toward the balcony, but Hans hesitates. He’s afraid the people will never accept him as their king because of his past sins, but Helga assures him they’ll forgive him just as she did. He takes her hand, and the crowd falls silent as the new king and reyna appear. In his coronation speech, Hans shares the lessons in pag-ibig and forgiveness that he’s learned from his reyna and his new mga kaibigan from Arendelle and vows that a segundo chance will never be denied anyone on the Southern Isles. There is a roar of applause, and everyone in the crowd bows as a herald shouts, “All hail King Hans of the Southern Isles!”

Songs: (All italicized lines are sung; non-italicized lines are spoken dialogue. Italicized lines in parentheses are always sung sa pamamagitan ng the final character listed.)

Forever’s Gone
(This song is sung sa pamamagitan ng Gunther as his reyna dies.)

My queen’s final wish dashed
No princess at long last
Instead this boy – this thing
A demon child sent to forever haunt me
Her eyes shining from his face
A mapait reminder to mock and taunt me

My trono and crown
Mean nothing to me now
This can’t be how our story ends
I’d give it all back
For the chance to change the past
And have my reyna sa pamamagitan ng my side again

We should’ve had our lives together
Now I face the world alone
You promised me forever
But now forever’s gone


Valberg’s Incantation (Frozen Heart)
(This song is a rewrite of nagyelo puso and is sung sa pamamagitan ng Valberg as he conjures the amulet of the same name.)

Born of darkness, fear and strife
And thoughts of grief enslaving
Bridge the gap of death and life
For a nagyelo puso worth saving

Invoke the heart, pay the price
Strike for blood and strike for vice
Reverse the untimely demise
And let dark magic start
To thaw the nagyelo heart

Glorious
Merciful
Tragic
And kind
pag-ibig is a force that can’t be denied

Stronger than death
Stronger than hate
Stronger than the winds of fate

Born of darkness, fear, and strife
And thoughts of grief enslaving
Bridge the gap of death and life
For a nagyelo puso worth saving

Invoke the heart, pay the price
Strike for blood and strike for vice
For death demands a sacrifice
To make the heavens part
Beware the nagyelo heart!


The Better Man
(This song is sung sa pamamagitan ng Hans after he learns he is attending reyna Elsa’s coronation and Anlaf gives him the idea to take over Arendelle to prove himself to his family.)

All my life
I’ve been hurt and ignored
sa pamamagitan ng the twelve who mattered more
But one araw my chance is going to come

My moment of glory
When I step into the light
And make my family realize
I was just as good as them all along

I am the dark horse
I am the outlier
I’m the problem
No one tries to understand
You can cast me out
Try to push me down
But I’m still standing
It’s coming soon
My chance to prove
I am the better man


Stupid Anlaf! He doesn’t know what he’s talking-
Wait! Maybe he’s onto something…

All those years
Clawing my way to the top
Now it’s finally paying off
And I’ll make them all regret it

Imagine their surprise
When I take their reyna as my own
And plot my rise to the throne
Arendelle will never know what hit it

I am the dark horse
I am the outlier
I’m the problem
No one tries to understand
You can cast me out
Try to push me down
But I’m still standing
It’s coming soon
My chance to prove
I am the better man

Now they’re all going to pay
I’ll make them rue the day
They ever underestimated me
They won’t be laughing so loud
When they’re all bowing down
And crowning me their king

I am the dark horse
I am the outlier
I’m the problem
no one tries to understand
You can cast me out
Try to push me down
But I’m still standing
My time is now
To turn my life around
And ipakita them that I can
Finally be the better man


All I’ve Ever Known
(This song is sung sa pamamagitan ng Hans and Helga and goes after Helga has tended to his injuries from the whipping. This is the point where they both start to realize their feelings for each other but are trying to deny them.)

Hans
Since the moment I was born
I’ve fought to stand my ground
All this time believing
That power and a crown
Were the only things that mattered

Now a figure from my past
Looks upon me without fear
Her presence sets my plan
On its ear
And leaves my thoughts of vengeance shattered

I’ve always stood tall, never fallen
But now nothing makes sense at all
I used to believe that we were meant to be
But we burned our bridges long ago
Now how can I go on
When everything I held dear is gone
And loving her goes against all I’ve ever known


Helga
I always saw the world
In shades of black and white
Now everything I once
Thought wrong seems right
And my life is thrown off balance

I try to remind myself
He’s where he deserves to be
Yet when I look into
His eyes I see
Not the slightest trace of malice

I’ve always stood tall, never fallen
But now nothing makes sense at all
I used to believe that we were meant to be
But we burned our bridges long ago
Now how can I go on
When everything I held dear is gone
And loving him goes against all I’ve ever known


Hans & Helga
I must be losing my mind
Why would she put herself on the line
When she knows I can give her nothing in return?
(No, this can’t be
I’ve become that stupid girl they see
I’ll never hear the end of it when they learn)
From out of the darkness she brings light
(I know this feeling isn’t right)
How much longer can I fight this?

I’ve always stood tall, never fallen
But now nothing makes sense at all
I used to believe that we were meant to be
But we burned our bridges long ago
Now how can I go on
When everything I held dear is gone
When loving her is all I’ll never know
(And loving him is all I’ve ever known)


The Better Man (reprise)
(This song is sung sa pamamagitan ng Hans when Anlaf leaves him alone in his cell after convincing him that Helga abandoned him.)

No act of pag-ibig
To thaw this nagyelo heart
No segundo chance
To give me a new start
How could I have believed
There was someone out there who loved me
And could accept me as I am
How stupid was I
To think that at least in her eyes
I could become the better man


Love Will Thaw
(This song is sung sa pamamagitan ng Helga after Anna and Elsa refuse to help her save Hans. Thanks to Kataralover and cruella for helping me get the tone of this song right.)

Everybody knows the tale
Of Elsa, reyna of Arendelle
And a land trapped sa pamamagitan ng eternal snow
The act of pag-ibig that thawed a heart
A prince’s rise to power thwarted
But there’s madami to this story than you know…

I can’t pretend his actions were right
But he’s not the monster he appears
Nor did he become that way overnight
I watched him change
His puso broken down sa pamamagitan ng pain
Until a lifetime being hurt and cast aside
Were enough to make him nagyelo inside
If only you’d known him before
The years of being ignored…

pag-ibig is patient, pag-ibig is kind
pag-ibig can make the strongest blind
pag-ibig is tender, pag-ibig is pure
Life is hard, but through it all
pag-ibig endures
pag-ibig forgives
pag-ibig lives on
pag-ibig will thaw

Yes, he tried to steal your crown
But we’ve all done things that we’re not proud of
And need a segundo chance to make amends
So who are you to point the finger?
Which one of us has never acted out in anger?
Does your hypocrisy know no end?

You see nothing madami than his past sins
I see the good man he once was
And I know he can be again
Still you say
That the only way
I’d want to ipakita him kindness
Is from ignorance or blindness
So maybe I’m naïve
But I wholeheartedly believe…

pag-ibig is patient, pag-ibig is kind
pag-ibig can make the strongest blind
pag-ibig is tender, pag-ibig is pure
Life is hard, but through it all
pag-ibig endures
pag-ibig forgives
pag-ibig lives on
pag-ibig will thaw

Actions can be good or evil
The same does not apply to people
I know I have no right to argue
But I’d expected better of you
How can you deny him help
When you sinabi so yourselves…

pag-ibig is patient, pag-ibig is kind
pag-ibig can make the strongest blind
pag-ibig is tender, pag-ibig is pure
Life is hard, but through it all
pag-ibig endures
pag-ibig forgives
pag-ibig lives on
pag-ibig will thaw
pag-ibig lives on
pag-ibig will thaw


Fixer-Upper
(This song goes when the trolls tell Anna and Elsa about The nagyelo puso and is sung sa pamamagitan ng Anna, Kristoff, Elsa, Olaf, and the trolls. While this is a rewrite of the song from the original film, the tune is slowed down considerably, and this version takes on a different context than the original.)

Bulda
It sounds like your friend could be just what this Prince Hans needs

Anna
Oh, not you too! When will you ever learn?
Outside he may seem cute
But he’s a cold heartless brute!


Kristoff
Who doesn’t deserve
To have us save him


Elsa
He’s a liar and a thief
Who causes nothing except grief


Kristoff
We’ll all be better off
With him in the grave


Bulda
Kristoff! I’m surprised at you! I thought we’d raised you better than that!
So he's a bit of a fixer-upper
So he's got a few flaws


Anna
Are you insane?

Kristoff
That’s an understatement

Elsa
If only you’d seen him the way he was

Small Group of Trolls
So he's a bit of a fixer-upper
but this we're certain of
She could fix this fixer-upper
Up with a little bit of love!


Anna
Wait, what?

Kristoff
You actually think we should help him, don’t you?

Bulda
We’ve all made mistakes in our past…

Anna
Mistakes?!

Elsa
That’s exactly what Helga said…
But all he wanted was my throne

Anna
He broke my puso and led me on

Kristoff
And that’s not even
The worst part of the story


Anna
he left me for dead

Elsa
He tried to chop off my head

Trolls
Eewww!

Bulda
Really, dear!
There’s no need to be so gory!

All Trolls
He's just a bit of a fixer-upper
He just needs a fresh start
What are the odds that his arrogant façade
Is covering up a broken heart
So he's a bit of a fixer-upper
But we heartily concur
The way to fix up this fixer-upper
Is to fix him up with her!


Elsa
Me?

Bulda
No, your friend. The guard?

Kristoff
Will you stop calling her that?

Anna
Any friend of Hans’s is no friend of ours! Besides, she doesn’t even know what he’s like!

Cliff
So she's a bit of a fixer-upper

Male Troll 4
That’s not a big deal

Male Troll 5
Her point of view may be a little skewed

Troll Child
But that doesn’t mean her pag-ibig for him’s not real

Male Trolls
So she's a bit of a fixer-upper
She’s lacking common sense
Break the amulet and it’s all set
For the captain and the prince!


Bulda
We're not saying she could change him,
'Cause people don't really change.
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.
Throw a little pag-ibig their way


Female Trolls
Throw a little pag-ibig his way…

Bulda and Female Trolls
And she’ll bring out his best

All Trolls
True pag-ibig brings out the best!
Everyone's a bit of a fixer-upper
Your friend already knows


Cliff
Father!

Female Troll 3
Sister!

Male Troll 6
Brother!

All Trolls
We need each other
if we want our pag-ibig to grow
Everyone's a bit of a fixer-upper
But when push comes to shove


Olaf
The only fixer-upper fixer
That can fix a fixer-upper is


Trolls
True! True!
True, true, true!
pag-ibig (True love)
Love, love, love, love, love
Love! (True love!)
True...
Love!


The Sacrifice of Hans Westergard
(This song is sung sa pamamagitan ng Valberg, Gunther, Anlaf, Hans, Elsa, and Helga. It starts with the ritual to sacrifice Hans to The nagyelo puso and continues throughout the final battle to Helga’s death. I thought having one longer song encompassing the whole battle was better than several short songs in rapid succession.)

Valberg
Born of darkness, fear, and strife
And thoughts of grief enslaving
Bridge the gap of death and life
For a nagyelo puso worth saving

Invoke the heart, pay the price
Strike for blood and strike for vice
The time has come for sacrifice
And here we start
To wake the nagyelo heart


Gunther & Anlaf (simultaneously)
Twenty-four long years
Of waiting and the best laid plans
The moment draws near
The time to strike is now at hand
The time has come to reclaim all I lost
(Time to ipakita that brat who’s boss)
And take back what once was mine
(Time to shove him back in line)


Hans (simultaneously)
My entire life was built around a lie
The only way to win their favor is if I die
So I’ll try to make the best
And accept my impending death
And maybe then I can
Finally be the better man


Hans
Helga, give me the amulet!

Gunther
No, it’s mine!
Sweet girl, darling girl
As dear as my own daughter…


Hans
Don’t fall for his lines!

Gunther
Think of all I’ve done
All I can still do
I can give you wealth, a title, jewels,
The hand of any of my sons…

(glares pointedly at Hans)
Except for you…
What could you possibly have to offer?

Hans
Helga, he’s right
I have no riches or throne
But I can offer something
I’ve never ibingiay anyone

I give you my heart
Now give me the stone
We can destroy it together
And start over on our own

I’m asking you to be my wife
And start a new life with me
We’ll leave this place behind…


Gunther
YOU HAVE STOLEN FROM ME FOR THE LAST TIME!

Elsa
Born of darkness, fear, and strife
And thoughts of grief enslaving
Bridge the gap of death and life
For a nagyelo puso worth saving

Invoke the heart, pay the price
Strike for blood and strike for vice…


Helga
Please don’t cry, Prince Hans
I may have Nawawala the battle
But at least the war is won
You’re alive, that’s all that counts
I Know I don’t have much time
So when I’m not around
Don’t allow your puso to refreeze
Please, Hans, promise me…

pag-ibig is patient, pag-ibig is kind
pag-ibig can make the strongest blind
pag-ibig is tender, pag-ibig is pure
Life is hard, but through it all
pag-ibig endures            
pag-ibig forgives            
pag-ibig lives on            
pag-ibig will thaw


Hans (simultaneously)
The amulet is broken
Just like me
My puso no longer frozen
Left to bleed

How can I ilipat on from this?
Yet how can I deny her dying wish?
It should’ve been me lying almost dead
Goodness knows I wish it had…

We could have our lives together
Please don’t leave me all alone
You promised me forever
But now forever’s…
Gone


Gunther (simultaneously)
All I wanted was just one chance
To go back and rewrite the past
Now instead of changing history
I see it repeating right in front of me

Now look at what I’ve become
Where did I go wrong?
I’ve killed the closest thing
To a daughter I’ve ever known
And my son…

I can see it in his eyes
The same crushing sadness
I’ve felt all along
I never meant for her to die
I was Nawawala in my own madness
Heaven forgive me for what I’ve done

I’m so sorry, Hans…

Hans’s Coronation
(This song goes exactly where the pamagat implies and is sung sa pamamagitan ng Hans, Helga, and the chorus. It includes a rewrite of Heimr Arnadalr, parts of Love is an Open Door & For the First Time in Forever, and original songs Forever’s Gone & Love Will Thaw.)

Chorus
Verðug konungr stór
Hjarta af iss svíða
Kronum þik med vánum, ást, ok, trú.
Bjarta, nyr elding, heimr Westergardr
Fylgið konungu ljóssins

.
(Translation:
Worthy King of greatness
The puso of ice thaws
We crown thee with hope, love, and faith.
Bright new dawn, house of Westergard
Follow the King of light.)

Helga
Say goodbye
To the pain of the past
You don’t have to feel it anymore


Helga & Hans
‘Cause for the first time in forever
(No way that I can win)
You don’t have to hide
(No forgiveness for my sins)            
We will rule this land together
(So much pain, so much regret)
We can face them side sa pamamagitan ng side
(I just want to forget…)


Helga
Take my hand out of this darkness
Step into a brighter dawn
‘Cause for the first time in forever
You are not alone


Helga & Hans
We have our lives together
From this moment on
You promised me forever
And forever’s just begun


Chorus
Love forgives
pag-ibig lives on
pag-ibig will thaw


Saving Grace
(This song goes during the end credits and would most likely be performed sa pamamagitan ng Santino Fontana and Katie Hall. I originally had a different song in mind for the credits, but I was afraid it wasn’t family-friendly enough so I wrote this one instead.)

You are the other half
That made me whole
You brought the light back
To this dark and tortured soul

You stayed sa pamamagitan ng my side
When you could’ve turned on me
You showed me love
When all the world had spurned me

I never knew
pag-ibig and forgiveness
Until you gave me
A segundo chance at living
One look at you
And all my sins are erased
You’re the realization to a dream
My one and only redeemer
And my saving grace

From the first time
I looked into your eyes
I knew that I would
pag-ibig you until the araw I die

You are not your past
One mistake doesn’t define you
All it took was just one chance
To make your goodness shine through

I thought I knew
Wrong from right
Until you gave me
Something worth fighting for
One look at you
And all my doubts are erased
You’re the realization to a dream
The one thing I believe in
And my saving grace

Mightier than the sword
And madami powerful than any crown
No words can describe
The pag-ibig we found
When it seemed all hope was gone
A pag-ibig that thawed my heart
That gave me a fresh start
And led us to a brighter dawn

I never knew
pag-ibig and forgiveness
Until you gave me
A segundo chance at living
One look at you
And all my sins are erased
You’re the realization to a dream
My one and only redeemer
And my saving grace


promo poster B- Hans & Helga Tagline: pag-ibig will thaw
promo poster C- Gunther tagline: How far would you go to rewrite the past?
promo poster D- Valberg Tagline: Invoke the Heart, pay the price
promo poster E- puso & rose Tagline: Beware the nagyelo puso