Harvilla: It works for miners, it works for Disney animators, it works for Uber drivers, it works for bloggers: “Heigh-Ho,” the musical crown jewel of 1937’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, is a working stiff’s anthem, jolly and determined, a reminder that there’s a job to be done but it’s 5 o’clock somewhere. The ensorcelled sultan serves as a suitable audience stand-in, amazed as he is by the foreign prince’s presentation. "[53], Telmo Miranda's European Portuguese rendition of the song, along with the whole European Portuguese movie cast, was awarded best foreign dubbing worldwide by Disney. For all those missing the sea right now, let Lin-Manuel Miranda's track for the titular heroine in the 2016 film, sung by Auli'i Cravalho, be the thing that gets you through. Shops: P.T. Plenty of sunshine headin my way. Ah Phil Collins, welcome to the Disney family. Everything you need to know about and expect during, the most important election of our lifetimes, this “calculation” of best full soundtracks. Restaurants: Cozy Cone Motel • Fillmore's Taste-In • Flo's V8 Cafe Now I see, that if I were truly to be myself, [1], Songwriter Stephen Schwartz was originally slated to write lyrics for Mulan until he was replaced by Zippel "at the last moment. There's no doubt it's better down where it's wetter right now. And boy, he sure wasn't lying when he tells Ariel, "The human world, it's a mess." That scene worked without the dialogue it originally included because the imagery and music spoke for itself. ", "대장부로 만들어 주마" ("Taejang-buro mandŭrŏ chuma"), "Только тут станешь ты мужиком" ("Tol'ko tut stanesh' ty muzhikom"), "I'm going to make a whole man out of you", Кирило Каплуновський (Kyrylo Kaplunovskyi), "Я зроблю з вас бійців" ("Ya zroblyu z vas biytsiv"), This page was last edited on 3 November 2020, at 04:20. But it has some seriously racist shit, so again I’m not including it. I'm not meant to play this part? The song is about the power of memory and our fear of being forgotten, and it works in all of its forms. It's a little bit sad, but it helps. But The Little Mermaid’s retrograde approach to romantic relationships is old news. The singer and song go together like cats and dogs—which is a good thing in this case because Oliver is a cat. [65], On April 16, 2020, Donny Osmond gave an at-home performance of the song during The Disney Family Singalong. Tangled was the first musical that successfully blended DreamWorks edginess with traditional Disney. It’s a new year but things are still the same when it comes to Disney’s catalog of classic films.…. The song defies you to listen without tapping your foot and bopping your head, if not full-on dancing in time with the chorus. The song's verses fit a traditional melody separate from that of the refrain but sharing the refrain's meter (either 5/4 or 6/4 as discussed above). The video also depicts Chan performing martial arts-inspired choreography. [60] Part of the season's Disney-themed episode, Osmond's performance accompanied singer Normani and professional dancer Val Chmerkovskiy's pasodoble. As a consolation prize, the evil tiger Shere Khan drops by to drop an unbelievable low note. Cars 2: Finn McMissile • Holley Shiftwell • Tony Trihull • Rod "Torque" Redline • Tomber • Miles Axlerod • Professor Zündapp • Grem • Acer • Francesco Bernoulli • Victor Hugo • Vladimir Trunkov • J. Curby Gremlin • Tubbs Pacer • Ivan • Uncle Topolino • Mama Topolino “Under the Sea” is infectious to jam to—whether listening to the original, Oscar-and-Grammy-winning rendition or one of its contemporary remixes. It’s something that works best on Broadway, where all the different characters can intersect and overlap on stage in a beautiful chaotic mess. Knibbs: Simba goes through some heavy shit in The Lion King—which is, lest we forget, a children’s movie about a boy processing the emotional fallout of watching his uncle murder his dad. [17] The scene begins with Shang shooting an arrow into the top of a tall pole and challenging all of his soldiers to retrieve it, each of whom fail until Mulan eventually succeeds. “You’ll Be in My Heart” might be cheesy as hell, but it’s damn catchy. Like, apparently he drowns widows and orphans? Honestly, that this gospel truth even needs to be explained is disappointing. [6] Zippel identified determining the song's ironic title as the moment "he knew he'd hit on something great" by "contrasting Mulan's gender with the concept of what it means to be a man. “Remember Me” works on so many levels, it’s almost inconceivable. “Circle of Life,” The Lion King. "[6] The songwriters were hoping to create an original version of a training montage that was funny without being obvious, while remaining in character at all times. “You can own the earth and still,” she sings at the end, “all you’ll own is earth until you can paint with all the colors of the wind.” There are worse things you could write on a protest sign. [57] Stephen Fiorentine of Sneaker Report wrote that "Training montages aren't limited to just live-action movies. The song accelerates in lockstep with a chase scene through the city streets, introducing us to the shops, cops, and, uh, courtesans of Aladdin’s home. It’s one of the most famous Disney songs of all time, and for good reason. The Jungle Book has maybe the most relistenable songs out of any animated Disney film, and “I Wan’na Be Like You” (why is the apostrophe in there? Check out the hottest fashion, photos, movies and TV shows! Moana has so many fantastic songs, I find myself putting on the soundtrack whenever I want a quick boost. This was a handy guide during childhood voice lessons, and it holds up. Which seems perfectly fitting. Lindbergh: “Circle of Life” is the soundtrack to the most iconic opening sequence from a Disney film, a scene so effective at drawing in viewers that it ran unabridged in The Lion King’s sensational 1993 teaser trailer, heralding the box office apex of the Disney Renaissance. Cinderella’s debut song is a calming melody about the power of dreams—mostly because she didn’t really do much in her life other than wish for better stuff. [28] While the song itself was not sung in the live-action film, lines from it were repeated during Mulan's training at the camp as a rallying call for the recruits. [33][34] Wilder himself has identified "I'll Make a Man Out of You" as "a very odd pop song". Canceled Episodes: To Protect and Serve, Cars 2: You Might Think • Polyrhythm • Mon Cœur Fait Vroum (My Heart Goes Vroom) • Collision of Worlds • Nobody's Fool Get lost in the majesty of this iconic track, written by John and Rice and performed by Carmen Twille, for the 1994 film and try not to get too bogged down by your place in the circle of life right now. I saw two lion pals reminiscing and playing together at dusk; innocent stuff! "This will all make sense when I am older/Someday I will see that this makes sense/One day, when I'm old and wise/I'll think back and realize," he sings. "[33] The Phoenix's Jeffrey Gantz wrote that "Donny Osmond shows some grit, but he's still the voice of the Whitebread West. But that’s just one perspective on “A Girl Worth Fighting For.” As the troops trudge through the countryside, we see what it is they’re really fighting for: the thunderous hills, gentle rivers, and quiet farmers of feudal China at peace. The cockroach's uneven, five-legged gait is imitated by the song's original 5/4 meter, formed by removing one upbeat (corresponding to the missing sixth leg) from the second half of a 6/4 measure: La cu-ca- | ra-cha, la cu-ca-ra-cha The number’s momentum keeps building as it ramps up to a truly superb finale, during which Lumiere gets to ham it up like the superstar he most definitely is. But in the end, Jodi Benson’s refrain about wanting something more is the perfect piece we’re choosing. The gargoyles take all of Quasimodo’s imperfections and insecurities and turn them into desirable features. I did make one exception in that I included a couple of films that were released but not solely made by Disney, like Coco and A Goofy Movie. It may not be the biggest musical number in A Nightmare Before Christmas, but it’s one that knows how to dig its fingers in your brain and linger.