Top 10 Best Disney Songs
Let it Go is better than A Whole New World? Forget that! This song always has a place in my heart. Aladdin and Jasmine both make the perfect duet, love them both and the movie! Aladdin has the best singing voice than all the men and some of the princess's, that goes for Jasmine also. One of my favourite disney couples sing one of the most perfect disney songs. This is why I want a Disney Wedding
In 1992 the film Aladdin took the whole world on a magic carpet ride, this song has been in countless weddings and occasions all over the world however, this song will always be special to me. I asked my girlfriend out to this song (I played it on the violin) after dinner in the city (Kind of scared people would bust me for busking without a license). And finally at the end of my little performance...she said yes :).
Best Disney song ever. I was obsessed with it and I still love it. It embraces the whole magic in Aladdin and gives you an adventurous journey.
I love this song! It's amazing! I love the film Aladdin so much, such a romantic vibe from it! Taught me a lot! And honestly one amazing film! I watch it ALL the time!
I have got a few fave. All of the Lion King songs so I will vote for all of them. Now this is my opinion, I know all of the words and the video is really cool. Anyway, who in the world hates or never watched this song? I do of in my school choir and if is so fun to sing, listen of even watch it on DVD. My best part is the harmony because I love the low part. In my conclusion it is the BEST!
I can't believe this is rated so low, it should at least be in the top 10. This song is amazing! I love the magic it shows and how much it reminds me of being a kid. This song is definitely one of my Disney favorites, I love Lion King so this isn't my single favorite but it's definitely one of them.
Lion king is my favourite movie it's fantastic I love the movie and the songs The Lion King has to be one of the best Disney films because of all the music. It has feeling, emotion, and the rhythms they use show how they where really influenced by African culture and music. Defiantly the best!
Who the heck hates this song? This by far the best Disney song. I mean, you can remember the lyrics AND the scene itself, with the beautiful animation. The singing is so powerful, as well as the African chants. Simba is so lucky to have this as his birth song. I want it, too! Simply the best.
It is fun, it's catchy and it really is a milestone for mulan and the troops. It is great for sing alongs and even in my high school classes people play it and know all the words to it! It also brings a heavy meaning as while shang sings about being a man, the woman impersonating the man manages to raise herself above the stance of pale pathetic woman with no clue. it shows that yes, they did send him daughters when he asked for sons, and she kicks butt! Put that message with a catchy tune, beautiful lyrics and great action behind it, and you can't get a better song!
The only thing I don't like about this phenomenal song (seriously, it's too catchy and the characters seriosuly can sing) is that it is sexist (go see the lyrics "Did I ask for daughters when I asked for sons?! " for one major piece of proof. But there is another Mulan song that actually deserves to be top 1. True To Your Heart (by 98 Degrees ft. the universally beloved Stevie Wonder) is the song that deserves to be in the top 5s on this list. It is so hip and has lots of this catchy-as-hell instrument work! It's also hilarious, and it's not meant to be!
This song tops Let it go by a milestone. The renaissance Disney movies were by far the best in my opinion. The old Disney movies are as charming but I lobe the renaissance era a bit better. Modern Disney is good but Disney just lost its touch. Though its probably nostalgia, I still prefer older Disney movies and this song is one of the best. It has a catchy tune and the movie has a great message overall.
You hate this song, jokes on you, but if you hate Mulan... HOW?! Mulan is such a beautiful movie, and it is my 3rd favorite disney movie (behind Fantasia and The Lion King). Mulan delivers a great message itself, but this song never fails to get stuck in our heads! It's a very brave song, and makes us all feel good inside. One thing... nothing beats "The Rite of Spring" from fantasia.
This song sings of a dream which, viscerally, we all share; that is, the dream to be part of "that" world, a world that differs for everyone. Whether it be out of the sea; on stage as a superstar; in a lab with a white coat, bending over a microscope; watching the sun rise over the Earth as you float weightlessly in space; or simply enjoying a cuppa by the seaside with a warm and happy family. All of us, have a world we dream desperately to be a part of...
My favourite Disney song "Vuelie" isn't on this list but "Part of your world" is my second favourite. There's something so magical about this song, the lyrics really come from the heart. Yes, Ariel wants Prince Eric but he's not the only reason that she wants to be a human. She's interested in their culture, inventions and all the things that are made possible when you have legs. Deserves its place in the top 5
This song is so heartfelt and beautiful. Jodi Benson's voice is extraordinary! This song was also covered by Chely Wright as it's considered by many to be a "Coming Out" anthem, and is often played at LGBT rights campaigns. If maybe displeased with the entire film, I am almost certain H. C Anderson would have at least loved this song. It captures the feeling of his original fairy tale really well.
OK, not my FAVORITE Disney song (that honor goes to "A Whole New World"), but this is a great song. It does a good job explaining what Ariel wants in life, even though it makes her sound a tad bit whiny. Plus, on a side note, Ariel is the hottest Disney Princess, in my opinion, with her long red hair, gorgeous eyes, and, as a human, some cute feet.
But as for this song, it's, in my opinion, the best "I Want" song ever.
Indeed the best song for me. Truly awestruck and stunned by the scene where Elsa sings it and she builds her "ice-lated" castle, it's not just the video I'm impressed in, but above all the song. It is really an inspirational, emotional, and very catchy song. It not only has good beats and instruments, but teaches us to "let it go"; let our fears go, don't care what others say, be yourself and have magic, etc. It's also a great song to listen in whatever mood you are. Like I said before, it is an emotional song---it brings out more than one emotion. But for me, what really struck me for this song was the "emotional progress" of it: from despair and isolation, and later on the lyrics, it becomes hopeful, heavenly, and courageous mood to it. I have also listened to the classic and other Disney songs as well, even back before Aladdin and Mulan, and I must say I love them. They're all awesome, including A Whole New World, Circle of Life, When You Wish Upon A Star, Reflection, I'll Make A ...more
This has got to be number one. Elsa's singing, the visuals, the message it teaches, the importance to the overall theme of the movie. This is just an overall perfect Disney song. It just pains me to see that this song, like Frozen as a whole, has been getting hated on due to how popular it is. To all of the people who claim that this is the "worst song of all time": is it bad or are you too stubborn to say that you actually like it? I was a Frozen hater myself once but now I'm a big Frozen fan. Just watch the movie and judge it by your own merits. Not the merits of immature teenage boys like my former self who see the film as nothing but Satan's spawn.
Let it go has to be The single most overrated song possibly ever. Those who think it's utterly "the most inspiring and emotive" song they've ever heard clearly have never heard or seen or cared about anything more diverse than this pop musical theatre style song on self acceptance. You want real lessons of humanity in a Disney song? Watch Pocahontas to hear songs battling racism and equality. Hunchback of Notre dame to experience real rejection and a test of morals in gorgeous symphony and choir. Hercules to sing about feeling like an outsider and then rising to the top. You want vocals? Sleeping beauty. Princess and the frog. It's just a shame to see an overpopulated song overshadow MUCH BETTER (written, sounding, etc.) Disney songs.
After the nice digression Disney took with "wreck it ralph", Frozen went back to more traditional ways, has not just one but two Princesses, and a really nice fairytale setting. It also has a fair share of good songs, but none stands out as much as "Let It Go".
There are few songs from musicals wich I would listen to in my freetime, this one definitely is one of them. After all, the movie totally slipped under my radar, until I first listened to this song.
The Lyrics are great to just plain brilliant "It's funny how some distance makes everything seem small"
While the animated sequence is just stunningly beautiful. It just stays in mind, seeing her building this beautiful castle while singing this song.
It fits perfectly to Idina Menzel's voice, while the instrumental part flows just perfecty along. It gives me a shiver down my spine every time when the pace increases after the first refrain.
I heard this song for the first time just a few hours ago, but I have already memorized it and it has quickly become one of my favorite songs. Ever. For people who haven't seen Pocahontas, and have never heard this song, it is positively amazing. I guess it's the kind of song that, being from a slightly older movie, you never think about when there are "cool new songs" like Let it Go (which, by the way, is highly overrated), but it's truly one of the most beautiful, inspirational songs Disney has ever written. The lyrics are so great, and this song really puts you in a new perspective. It shows you that a lot of people just don't care about the beauty of nature, and it just really inspires you. I love this song and its meaning.
Let it Go beating this song and A whole new world?! No, no, no. Let it Go is basically telling little girls across the world to hide your problems from other people and run away from them, even when they are trying to help you. The only thing good about that song is Indina Menzel. No place in my heart. But this song has earned a spot in my heart AND soul. As it gives a strong message and an amazing quote "But if you walk the footsteps of a stranger, you'll learn things you never knew, you never knew." Also, this is the only Disney song, sung by a Disney princess (Solo) to win an emmy, oscar and golden globe. Also, it is very inspirational.
This may not be the most popular disney song but it is certainly the most powerful and lyrically inspirational. I watched the scene in Pocahontas where she sings this and I started crying but with a mix of emotions. I was so happy Pocahontas was expressing her wisdom to John Smith all while realizing many people are helplessly ignorant as John Smith when it comes to nature and the true meaning of life: "and we are all connected to each other, in a circle, in a hoop that never ends".
This song... woah. First off it's Disney and that usually equals greatness/catchy tunes that get stuck in our heads for years. Second, it's got the majestic singing voice of Judy Khun. JUDY. KHUN. Dang, that lady has some vocal range. As a kid, I tried to sing this like Judy did but failed :(. 3rd, listen to the lyrics. They are deeper than a 60-foot hole. Need proof? How's about "and we are all connected to each other. In a circle, in a hoop that never ends."? That ONE lyric tells us that we are all connected with everything and everyone. This song is CHOCK-FULL of metaphors, it's insane. Some examples:
Trying new things: "But if you walk the footsteps of a stranger, you learn things you never knew, you never knew."
Spirituality in nature: "And I know every rock and tree and creature, has a life, has a spirit, has a name.
Not judging on appearences: "You think the only people are the people who look and think like you." woah. that is deep!
I'm really not sure why this song is rated so low...I love Disney songs in general, and the top ten are really good, but this song should be in those ten! Still tied for first in my brain. You can hardly beat a good Disney duet, but for Disney heroine songs...this needs to be up with Reflection! The way she hasn't lost her sanity and personality just because a guy appears, but is still stating her feelings, is incredible! Not to mention the Muses...their part is so much fun to sing along with!
It's amazing and I bet that I am listening to it right now! The song is catchy and really relatable to some people. The song is also funny and she surpresses her feelings of Hercules in it! Yeah that's all I have but I love this song! I also like it because the muses just make the song fun to sing along with and now I have the song stuck in my head! I think about it at school as well!
This is a classic case of people denying their feelings. But I still don't think that anyone could possibly replicate this kind of song! When I first heard it, it got stuck in my head for much more than a week!
Well, I love the song because me & Miss Piggy had a duel about it.
And that's how I feel when I got blamed by everybody.
'Cause you know what? I do not like being blamed.
That's messed up, I will ignore it.
Mulan is so powerful because it's about a normal girl trying to find her place in a rigid society. It subverts gender norms and is less about the romance and more about the people. The eventual marriage between Shang and Mulan is not a prize or the end goal, it's a bonus - completely non-central to the story. If they cut that last scene where Shang goes to visit the Fa family, it would be a perfectly great story all on its own, not that I don't love Shulan. This is why Mulan will always be, by far, my favorite Disney Heroine. I don't want to call her a princess because she's not a princess - she's a warrior.
As a little girl, I would dream of being able to be Mulan in the movie and sing this song. It has emotion and meaning. Mulan has to deal with the expectations of those around her. Not wanting to upset her family, while still not wanting to be untrue to herself, she's very confused. I'm sure many people can relate to this situation. All in all, a very beautiful song!
Absolutely my most favorite Disney song ever! To be totally honest, this should at least be one place up because Let It Go is a totally overrated song. This defiantly isn't the only song with emotion, but it's the one that sticks out the most to me because of how it's showing the Mulan wants to be who she wants to be not what her family wants her to be.
Ever since I was a baby, I watched Mulan. I grew up loving the movie and the character. Many say I actually look like Mulan and have some of her personality. When I was a little girl, I would watch the movie and sing this song and believe that I was Mulan. All in all, this song is beautiful, has emotion, has meaning, and means a lot to me.
Honestly this should be number one. I still can't believe Let It Go is number two! This song is a solid classic while Let It Go is so overrated. by the way, I cannot see Beauty and the Beast from Beauty and the Beast here, what's with that?
So hard to choose between so many amazing nostalgic works of art. How on Earth is a Frozen song ahead of this? This is real Disney. This is talent. This is beautiful. So underrated.
Classic Disney song from a classic Disney movie! Beautiful lyrics, very inspirational... Should be number one. When I hear "Disney", I tie it back to this amazing song.
Injustice! Unfairness! This song should be somewhere near the top,preferably at number 3 after 'let it go' and 'a whole new world'.The list is either rigged or the whole world has never watched Pinocchio.
The song is about a boy who feels like he doesn't belong in his village and goes the extra mile to find where his place is in order to feel accepted, which is what all children go through in life at some point and is made to be very relatable to Hercules.
This is by far the best song on this list, the best Disney song and one of the best songs of all time. Anthony Callea's version of this song is perfect. It's on his "Thirty" album and on YouTube. Such a beautiful rendition. If you want to hear it, listen right to the very end.
This is the best Disney song ever. When I was little I would listen to this song with my mom every day on the way to and back form school. Its simply amazing and it will always be my most favorite Disney song ever. Love it.
This song is inspiring, with that touch of emotion that almost makes me want to cry. If there was ever someone who's down, this song would be perfect to sing to them... If they enjoy a little random musical in their lives...
This song makes me cry, even before the words start, even when I'm not watching the movie, even when I just hear the name. What I think is the best part is that the name belle translates to beauty- literally making beauty and the beast. I know basically everyone probably knows that but it took me over ten years to realise and I just figured it out!
Beauty and the beast is a mix between fun, cheerful, comedical, fascinating, happy, cute, awesome, good, great, spectacular, etc. But the message is really to follow what's deep down in your heart. Belle found her beast and the beast found her beauty. But belle didn't focus on the beasts features, she focused on his heart. And how he turns out to be kind and caring, and sweet. Beauty and the beast is a favorite to all the girls, boys, men, and woman! Emma Watson did a great job playing her role as Belle! We shouldn't focus on appearances, we should focus on the heart! This is my all time favorite Disney movie! 🐘
I understand how this is not in the top ten. It's very pretty, but has some terrible singers performing it (Mrs. Potts, Ariana Grande). I believe it should make the top ten, but not until someone with real talent releases it again.
Tied for my favorite Disney song ever written, not only because the melody is stunning, but because the scene that accompanies this song is so marvelous. Simply astounding.
The only song that could possibly beeat it is God Help the Outcasts.
The person below me is a sexist idiot. Don't insult females when there is no need for it. I hate people like you. And, by the way, we really don't need to hear your five-line love letter to Elton John. Maybe you should stop fawning over a 68 year old man and instead pay more attention at school, because even if you can quote every single one of Elton John's songs by heart, no company will ever hire you with grammar like that.
I prefer Elton John's end credits one best... So beautiful! The original one has this taste that you don't, and won't get from a female. Nice and bold, it provides a certain emotion that Elton John only has the know-how to use. His voice is deep, and even when high, he give a beautiful sense of emotion to listeners. Not to mention the orchestra harmonizes super well with Elton John's voice to pull even more emotion from the song.
This is simply the best song out of the lot. My favorite. I love the orchestra, the beautiful lyrics. All of you mention Jackie Evancho, but to be honest, Elton John's version sounds true and beautiful, giving more emotions. Pure beauty.
This song is my fave in the whole film! It's so beautiful and charming. I love the tune and lyrics and it has such a lovely match to the animation! It would make a great lullaby or love song (for your crush). It's AMAZING! Please vote! You'll needn't look too far.
As a general rule, I LOVE all Disney songs, but this one will always stand out to me. First of all, the scene it plays in is just beautiful. It's just Flynn and Rapunzel on a romantic boat ride at night, with thousands of lanterns covering the sky. It's just gorgeous. Mandy Moore's voice is so sweet and lovely, and it goes very well with Flynn's voice. The melody is soft and romantic, the lyrics are absolutely adorable, and this song just gives me goosebumps every single time.
This is actually my favorite song! Like you said beautiful melody and lyrics, Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi had excellent singing voices for this song! They matched well together, I was disappointed when this song lost to Toy Story 3's We Belong Together, Toy Story's had enough glory this song was so much better! The animation sequence with the lanterns was absolutely breath-taking!
What's not to love about this song? The lyrics are thought out and so meaningful. Mandy Moore has and amazing voice and paired with Zachary - they just killed the whole crowed! And then the setting in the animation is so beautiful...very very romantic with the lanterns and the boat. And its kind of hard to get it out of your mind. and that's what Disney songs are for!
I am not lying, I am the one who added this song, my name is Violet Diamonds
It is a wonderful song! That great and romantic background, meaningful voices of Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi, angelic music by Alan Menken, unforgettable lyrics and the emotion it adds to the plot is amazing.
This song is totally amazing! It gives so much hope for children and adults too! Plus, Pumbaa and Timone are the best characters in the whole film and the song really captures their personality. Please vote for this song! It will mean no worries for the rest of your days!
Hakuna Matata... what a wonderful phrase... Hakuna Matata... Ain't no passing craze! It means no worries, for the rest of your days! It's our problem free... Philosophy! Hakuna Matata!
I absolutely love Let it go right now. But this song is my childhood! It ill always be one of my favorites! I am quite surprised it's not in the top 10!
I'm so happy to see most of The Lion King songs in top 20! But for me, Hakuna Matata takes the cake.
This is number one. Frozen being ahead of this is a joke. This song has the power to actually bring tears to your eyes. I'm 31. And I listened to it the other day And it actually made me emotional. Or another song from Disney can do this. My other favorite would probably be Pocahontas colors of the wind. C it also has great meaning about nature and our beautiful Mother Earth. But nothing comes close to imagining circle of life's last few lines and remembering all of the animals bow to show respects. Do powerful
I love this song powerful and loud big and strong. Be Prepared is one of my all time favourite song since I ever first watched the Lion King. This man who sings it is a master at loud slithering voices to terror you. Like I am talking real I mean this who seriously hates this song. If you do you need to give me sugary candy a whole tub. ( just kidding ) the only thing that freeks me out is the bouncy pad things you know what I'm talking about don't you?
This song does an outstanding job at building Scar's character; calculating, manipulative, and power-hungry. I love it. And, bonus! It's supremely catchy as well!
I love this song. This song (along with Gaston's Song and Reprise and Friends on the Other Side) is my favorite Disney song ever!
Under The Sea should be in the top five. It is often forgotten about today but the Disney of the 1970s and 80s was not in a favorable position. In animation, they had lost the crown to Hannah-Barbara, they also faced competition from Japanese and European (mostly British and French) animation and for many Disney was just a company that made "children's movies" that could not compete with the family movies of the era such as Star Wars and Back To The Future. The low point being in 1985 when The Black Cauldron (an otherwise ambitious movie) almost caused the collapse of Disney but then came the Disney Renaissance and The Little Mermaid, alongside Who Framed Roger Rabbit and DuckTales, is what made Disney back into a cultural powerhouse. I cannot imagine that Beauty and The Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King, Toy Story or Recess would exist without it.
Even if you have never seen the movie then you will know of Under The Sea and the impact that it had. It won the Oscar for Best ...more
Okay Just being honest but how is this not one of the top 3 and why the heck is Pocahontas number 8 on this list. Who cares for Pocahontas 1 in 1 million people that's who. Wheres Hakuna Matata and Why is I can't wait to be king and Go the distance not in the top 10 this list is really skewered.
I lost a bet because I couldn't stop myself from singing along to this. I may have outgrown The Little Mermaid years ago (according to SOME people), but this song will always hold a very special place in my heart.
This song has a fast beat and you need to be fast to sing it, too. You need practice. However, depending on what kind of singer you are, I don't recommend this song for a talent show.
Favorite Disney song hands down! Familial love is such a celebrated topic in Disney movies as it should be and is a reason I love this song. This song is special to my dad and I because of what it signifies: the bond between parent and kid. This should be in the top 10 as it is one of few Disney songs to win an academy award for best song.
Touching, cozy and warm lyrics to me. Always crying gratefully when listening to this song. The lyrics combined with music parts gave me the strength and positive attitude to live on.
Nr 1. I never saw frozen but I've heard the song a few times. While most of the songs on this list need their movie, this song is amazing even without the movie, on top of that it's Phil Collins!
This song has such special meaning to me. Not to mention how great Phill Collins voice is! It is definitely in my top 10.
So bouncy and cheerful! I don't care how old I am... I still love Disney songs and sing a lot of them every day, this one being the song that gets stuck in my head the most. When I was little, whenever this part came on when I was watching the Lion King, I'd rewind it over and over and over again and sing along. Ah... Those were the days.
This song is peppy, full of heart, and great for duets! I started singing this song in the car with friends, of course I'm Simba! I just love how the different charactershave different views, but some other songs like "Under The Sea" have only one view.
Literally this song is catchy and makes you feel happy and young, like you're a kid again. Why this isn't higher is beyond me.
So great! Love all Disney. Cried at Moana today. Colours of the wind is my fave, but I thought this deserved to be higher up
The song "Hellfire" is brilliant because it portrays Frollo as more than an antagonist who enjoys hurting innocent characters. After this musical number, we can now see him as a man with complex emotions--even fragile ones like lust and fear of rejection. Although his motives for hurting Quasimodo and others remain unjustified, we at least start know that he is not a two-dimensional, pure evil character. "Hellfire" also emphasizes the restraint Frollo's Christian belief places on him, which makes the musical number even more interesting. Needless to say, the song is a critical part of Frollo's character development.
The visual sequence of the song, which includes a fiery incarnation of Esmerelda, red hooded figures, and a metaphorical purple cloak, is both mysterious and stunning. The choir and church instruments in the background add a dramatic effect to the music. The complexity of emotion shown here is unparalleled in any other disney song. The only reason this musical ...more
This song is so dark and intense compared to everything else Disney ever made (with the exception of Fantasias Night on Bald Mountain). I mean, Quasimodo sings about innocent love while frollo sings about lust and blames God for it. Some lyrics include.
This fire in my skin
This burning desire
Is turning my to... Sin...
It's not my fault (mea culpa (through my fault))
I'm not to blame (mea culpa)
It it the gypsy girl, the witch who sent this flame (maxima mea culpa)
Its not my fault! (mea culpa)
If in God's plan,
He made the devil so much stronger than a man.
Protect me, Maria (Mary)
Don't let this siren. Cast her spell,
Don't let her fire sear my flesh and bone...
And let her taste the fires of hell
Or else let her be mine and mine alone...
That is purely Disney at its darkest
Heaven's Light was an absolute perfect transition into Hellfire, which is the greatest song from Disney ever. The visual sequence? Amazing. The red hooded figures, the fire Esmeralda, the smoke Esmeralda... everything was just amazing! And then the actual song, it's so dark, so mature, and it has great lyrics and LATIN! Plus, the latin prayers and phrases really help get the point of the song across further. Definitely the best Disney song.
This is probably the most underrated Disney film and songs. It has brilliant lyrics showing the true character of each individual in the film. The background Latin chorus is absolutely amazing and intertwines with the English lyrics to perfect contrast in meaning; a Latin prayer for forgiveness is in the background of Hellfire, for example. It is truly one of the great masterpieces of Disney.
This is supposed to be the best song in the entire world. Jazz is the best music as just in Disney there are at least 5 jazz songs that are the bomb. Plus Robin Williams voice makes this song entertaining as well as the Great music.
I love this song! Robin Williams did an EXCELLENT job and I find this to be the catchiest Disney song, by far. It is so fun and upbeat.
Very catchy tune. I like both the Robin Williams and Will Smith versions. They both create a very fun song.
Try some of Column A,
Try ALL of Column B,
I'm in the mood to help you dude,
You ain't never had a friend like me!
I sing this song so much it annoyes the heck out of my best friend. BEST Disney SONG ever!
This song is stuck in your head now.
Makes me smile every time I have hear it - FAVE!
It is definitely a favorite to me and my kids.
Best song in the franchise! So awesome and powerful and strong and dramatic!
22? This song is so funny and awesome and fun to sing to!
It's the best song
Great, I watched Aladdin a few hours ago, and now this song is stuck in my head
There is no better song in my opinion!
If you are looking for a feelgood song then this is definitely the one!
I fell in-love with this song when I first heard it when I was like 7! Now am 15 and me and my friends still enjoy singing along!
It has such a rhythm, it makes me want to dance whenever I hear it.
The proof that it has survived the pass of time is that the song from the 1967 movie has been used in the 2016 version despite not being a musical.
Possibly be the most fun song ever performed. Only reason I ain't number 1 is because its 1960s. Hits most of the top 10 out of the park. Ooo be doo people, vote for this one
This song is so high-energy and fun I just can't resist it!
Um well this is an extremely hard decision. I love almost all of the Disney songs because they are just so magical and make us feel nostalgic. I decided to vote for Once Upon a dream because it has a low rating. But I really think that all of the songs are good it is just so hard to decide!
Aurora is SO beautiful. I love the story. Anyone who hasn't seen the Disney Princess Movies needs to get out and see them. Watch them online, buy them on DVD, rent them from Netflix. I don't care how you watch them, just see them.
This was my favorite movie as a child, and I always loved this scene. I wish newer Disney movies (a hem, Frozen) would have a scene that would never leave your mind for as long as you live...
When I was little I would go around the house just singing "I love you. I walked with you once apon a dream" my brother would be the prince and I would be princess and we would dance. So I would rate this the top 10 not22
I wish be just like you princess Cinderella you be my friend I am so free I wish have your life I have other me forever she so princess.
I voted for this after seeing how shockingly low it was ranked! This is an amazing song, classic Disney. Although I like the newer princesses as well, Cinderella is a classic. This song has an amazing message about believing in your dreams, it might not be my all time favorite but I still love this song a lot and it deserves to be much higher
How could this song have landed so low?! It's so poignant and beautiful and quiet, all qualities that Cinderella possesses. That she underwent so much cruelty at her stepmother's hands and yet still kept a smile on her face and a song in her heart...very inspiring.
It's sad to see this song is so low on the list. It's always heartwarming to hear, the connection of dreams and real life, makes me sad yet hopeful.