Best Disney Villain Songs
This song is so intense, so adult, so badass! And not to mention part of it shares the tune of part of the main theme of the film, The Bells Of Notre Dame. The lyrics are so extraordinary, and not something you'd think of when you think Disney -- you can feel Frollo's emotions and the torment he's going through throughout this scene. And the voice is just the perfect voice for a villain; so threateningly evil, it's a shame I can't remember the actor's name right now. And this has nothing to do with the song, but I love the dialogue directly after it
"I had a little trouble with the fireplace" cracks me up every time!
My all time favourite Disney song is Be Prepared, but even I have to admit that Hellfire is the greatest Disney villain song of all time. You can't beat this song. The choir, visuals, orchestra, lyrics, themes and the expression in Tony Jay's voice (you could really hear the torment that Frollo was going through) was phenomenal. I actually think that Tony Jay's performance in Hellfire is the best performance in a Disney song, due to the amount of emotion and expression he had in his voice. I still prefer Be Prepared, but it doesn't beat the musical masterpiece known as Hellfire.
It's the best. I do love Be Prepared, but you cannot get a Villain song better than this. Lust, Hell and just pure awesomeness. How this didn't get an Oscar for best original song just confuses me. Who knew that a song about an old man's boner would be this good. Tony Jay did a fantastic job singing this (which was a bit weird for me because he played Shere Khan in Talespin, my all time favourite Disney character!) LOVE THIS SONG!
No matter how much I love Scar and The Lion King, I still have to say that Judge Frollo is the best Disney villain ever made in my opinion. Frollo still sees himself as "righteous man" even when he is singing about his lust for a girl he wants that much that he could burn down the whole Paris just to get her.
I know that you powers of retention are as wet as a warthog's back side, but thick as you are, pay attention, my words are a matter of pride,...
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My top 10 Disney villain songs
1. Be prepared - The Lion King
2. Friends On The Otherside - The Princess And The Frog
3. Oogie Boogie Song - Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas
4. Shiny Moana
5. Mother knows best - Tangled
6. Poor unfortunate souls - The little marmaid
7. The backson song - Winnie the Pooh (2011)
8. Petey's King of France - Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Tree Musketeers
9. Mines, mines - Pocahontas
10. Kidnapping the Sandy Claws - Tim Burton's nightmare for Christmas
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11. Hellfire - The whistleblower of Notre Dame
13. Prince Ali (Reprise) - Aladdin
14. It is now our house - Mickey's House Of Villains
15. Yodle_Adle_Odle_Eedle_Idle- Home On the Range
16. The Elegant Captain Hook - Peter Pan
17. I'm Looking Out for Me - The Return of Jafar
18. The Phony King of England - Robin Hood
19. The Mob Song - Beauty And ...more
How does Scar know so many vocabulary words! When I was younger about 5 or 6, I watched this and I had no idea what he was saying. Now that I understand this, I can't even explain how well Jeremy Irons portrayed Scar and became my favorite Disney villain and sang this song so well
He admits flat out that he wants to kill his brother and nephew, actually most of the song is not his plan this just shows how diabolical, ambitious, and cunning he really is.
I love this song (not only because of my Little Mermaid bias) because of how Ursula gets her point across. It just shows her true character in a song that gives away how manipulative and ambitious she is.
In my opinion, the best ones are My Lullaby, Snuff out the light and Evil like me, but they're not on the list, so this one gets my vote.
Ursula is Satan, the eels are demons, Triton is God and Ariel is one of God's children being fought over.
Ursula never lied to Ariel. Think about it...
Dr. Facilier is one of those villains where you see him and go holy crap this is gonna be a good movie. For every bad moment in the movie, Facilier gave us a great one. And Friends On The Other Side is one of those moments.
Why is hellfire so popular. This should be number one. At first it doesn't sound that good, but then the second half is just awesome.
Just the pure range of the developed vocabulary makes this song great. Derogate? Deride? come on, who knew these words actually EXISTED?!?!
It's so catchy best villain song ever Unpopular opinion: I don't like Hellfire.
My fave song of the movie. Donna Murphy can really sing! Not to mention, the reprise gives me the chills. "If he's lying, don't come crying! "
Best Song Ever! I think it is probably one of my most favourite disney song along with the other Tangled songs
Best song of the movie. Very good villain song, I'm happily surprised it's in top 5.
The forshadowing in this song for the rest of the movie is amazing. The reprise of this songs really shows mother gothles real intentions
The reprise when they're so happy about doing underhanded, cheap tricks to get their own selfish goals is so funny. They've got a lot of enthusiasm!
When I was a lad I ate four dozen eggs, every morning to help me get large. Now that I'm grown I eat five dozen eggs, so I'm roughly the size of a barge!
This is such a catchy tune. It features 2 great voices. Gaston's is manly and Lefou is just weird but still cool to listen to. Plus it's a great comedic song.
This is one of those few times you actually get to use this different type of language.
Benedict Cumberbatch may have played 3 villains that I know of (Smaug, Khan, and Dormammu), but Stiers did it perfectly first by playing both Cogsworth and Ratcliffe. You could take this song and put it on anything else where both races don't think highly of the other. *Cough* Rick vs Negan *Cough*
I don't watch Pocahontas a whole lot but out of any songs of disney classic movies is this one and Friends On the Other Side.
Pretty G song, what's up with it being so low lads?
This song was so intense, I pray for it to stop!
How the 3 virtues get Santa Claus through the tube, such a fat man in such a narrow tube. and then the song hasn't even started yet. how the burlap sack Oogie Boogie threatens to keep Santa in prison, the song is especially catchy if you know the story after the song. it's the best villain song ever
Oogie Boogie is one of the best Disney Villains! How is this song not higher up on the list? You're joking! You're joking! I can't believe my eyes!
Will someone get this ranked higher up? I'm drowning in my tears.
This song is underrated like the movie.
Powerful singing, and every single line has meaning. Comparing this reprise with the original just makes this even more scary and intense. It shows how Gothel has gone from plain protective to absolutely controlling.
Donna Murphy'so voice is so powerful. This is what makes the reprise even more amazing
This should be number 1. This is the best Disney Villain song ever made.
One of the best unrated song ever made. It's a mixup of all villians songs on once
This deserves #1 it's my favorite of like EVER!
This is my number 1.
Creepy as heck
Kaa isss one funny sserpent! He is the one sssinister villain to believe in when you hear his sssong.
This was one of my favorite disney villain songs, especially with my favorite disney villain, Professor Ratigan.
This song is fantastic. Jemaine Clement is a great vocalist and this song feels like a tribute to David Bowie.
Moana is my life. Shiny is awesome.
Hercules has 3 versions of the Gospel Truth. The version the person is referring to is "The Gospel Truth II"
The Gospel Truth I is about Zeus defeating the Titans.
The Gospel Truth II is about Hades.
The Gospel Truth III is about Zeus and Hera grieving over Baby Hercules' kidnapping.
The muses are very entertaining.
Still a good song though
Even though it has no words I still get a feeling of pure villainous horror every time I don't think most have seen Night on Bald Mountain but you should it is a good scene for villain lovers.
It has the best Disney Villain ever!
This is not your average Lullaby. Not as good as Be prepared or poor unforcant souls...But still in the top 5
Because that's my lullaby!
Spooky song and a great set up for the following events.
I like cat song all time
She is ok. But smart because tricking Merlin? Dude, you are awesome.