Sometimes, Disney songs work because they hit their emotional target, and sometimes they work because they’re just infernally catchy, lodging in your brain whether you want them to our not: a cod-Gallic ode to gluttony sung by a candlestick, Be Our Guest fits into the once-heard-never-forgotten-without-extensive-therapy category. These are the best Disney songs of all time, from "The Lion King" to "Aladdin" to "The Little Mermaid." She made her friends Today, I want to share some free responsibility songs and rhymes to make the task of character education easier. Season Two: "Please and Thank-You's/The Rumor Millstone" • "Over the Hill/Tigger's Replacement" • "The Wood Without Pooh/Friends of a Different Stripe" • "Mothers of Invention/Once Upon a Happy Ending" • "Piglet's Perfect Party/A Wood Divided" • "Bravehat/Scaredy Cat" • "Blue Ribbon Bunny/Under the Pig Top" • "The Book of Boo" • "Could it Be Magic?/Diary of a Mad Gardener" • "The Case of the Disappeared Donkey/The Littlest Dinosnore", Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree: "Winnie the Pooh" • "Up, Down, Touch the Ground" • "Rumbly in My Tumbly" • "Little Black Rain Cloud" • "Mind Over Matter" To do their share One of the first Disney songs to cross over into “adult” music, the gorgeous, swooning melody of Someday My Prince Will Come became a jazz standard, apparently first performed as such by the Ghetto Swingers, the jazz band formed in Theresienstadt ghetto/concentration camp, and subsequently by Miles Davis and Dave Brubeck. The weirdest Brits performances - ranked! The greatest ever female rap tracks - ranked! Disney’s theme tune is the studio’s equivalent of Over the Rainbow: a song from a children’s film that went beyond its intended audience and ended up part of the great American songbook. 10. Actors playing nightmarish versions of themselves in cinema - ranked! Every one of Madonna's 78 singles - ranked! The Tigger Movie: "Someone Like Me" • "Whoop-de-Dooper Bounce" • "Lull-a-Bee" • "Round My Family Tree" • "How to Be a Tigger" • "Your Heart Will Lead You Home" It sounds less like something aimed at kids than an existential crisis set to music: “Your dreams are lost up on a shelf / And worst of all, you doubt yourself”. 45,798 Pages. Audience Score: 62%. Less sentimental than Feed the Birds, from its a cappella intro on, the Julie Andrews-sung lullaby has something indefinably creepy about it, which gets under the listener’s skin. A lost song from Disney’s 80s doldrums. Everybody Do Your Share-Barney. Here are inspirational Disney quotes that have inspired fans over the years. You can depend on Punning on the slang use of the word “cat”, Scatman Crothers’ star turn – complete with a vaguely Eartha Kitt-esque interlude from Eva Gabor – remains irresistible. I cant find a song to save my life....I need one about like having to take responsibility, growing up, things like that. There’s an argument that Robert and Richard Sherman should be mentioned in the same breath as Lennon and McCartney or Bacharach and David. 15 Iconic Disney Songs About Life, Love, Dreams, And Happiness You might not instantly think of kidsâ movies when looking for deep and meaningful life lessons, but they are often packed full of these sorts of inspirational messages. Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin: Skullasaurus • Butterflies • Tyrannosaurus Rex Originally soundtracked by a set of folky country songs – and a parody of the Beatles – The Jungle Book ended up with what, song-for-song, may be the greatest Disney soundtrack of all. Still not yet hip to pop music – the crows visibly based on the Beatles in The Jungle Book sing barbershop – Disney was on a firmer footing with jazz. 45,756 Pages. And, like the best 60s sunshine pop, something shady lurks beneath the carefree breeziness of its tune: lyrics that offer a masterclass in passive-aggression. My Friends Tigger and Pooh: "A Few Simple Rules" • "Bouncin'" • "The Grass is Greenier" • "The Password Song" • "Underneath the Same Sky" • "One Big Happy Family" • "Think, Think, Think" • "The Question Song" • "Floating in a Cloud" • "Different Can Be Good" • "The Little Things You Do" • "There's a Party" • "No More Fun In the Snow" • "Butterflies" • "What Makes a Pony a Pony" • "When We Work Together" • "Christmas Comes Tomorrow" • "Time to Go (On a Trek Through the Snow)" • "Snowman Song" Disney knows how to capture the essence of the sea with all its intrigue elements and put it all in song. A. Alice (Avril Lavigne song) All for Love (song) All Is Found; Almost Home (Mariah Carey song) Atlantis (Donovan song) B. Shops: Pooh Corner The music is very much of its era, but Billy Joel seems to have interpreted his brief as “write lyrics in the style of Lou Reed”, with references to the Bowery, St Mark’s Place and the Chelsea hotel. Animated films. Of every towel Responsible persons are people Till she found them asleep in every chair what is a song about responsibility? Register Start a Wiki. The biggest Rock & Roll Hall of Fame snubs ever - ranked! And don't use me because I don't â¦ There are many, but Iâve selected nine of my favorites. Every Angelie Jolie film performance - ranked! Then play outdoors Such a friend I've found It’s a split decision as to whether Feed the Birds or Stay Awake is Mary Poppins’ greatest song, but Stay Awake just edges it. Movies that have grossed more than $1bn - ranked! Piglet's Big Movie: "If I Wasn't So Small" • "A Mother's Intuition" • "With a Few Good Friends" • "Sing-Ho (For the Life of a Bear)" • "The More It Snows (Tiddely-Pom)" • "The More I Look Inside" • "Comforting to Know" The lyrics twist the usual self-help platitudes into something darker, a perfect fixing of adolescent angst, with all its accompanying screw-you impetuousness intact: “No right, no wrong, no rules for me.”. Winnie the Pooh: Balloon • The Backson • Rabbit's Friends and Relations And the deadpan “Why should I care? However, my all-time favourite Disney songs tend to be from older movies and Iâll now share these today. It's an incredibly powerful song that is all about wanting to know who she is, deep inside, before she takes on the responsibility of her father in the army. At least something of the 60s pop revolution seemed to have touched Disney by the time it made Robin Hood: Roger Miller’s lovely acoustic song has a distinct hint of the coffeehouse folkie about it, the melody oddly reminiscent of Neil Young’s Dance Dance Dance.