Let’s be honest here: basically every movie sequel song sucks. Still, some of the good songs have Lost their way to the sequels. This makala is about my inayopendelewa sequel songs. As captions I used my inayopendelewa lines from the song. Let’s start. 10. For A Moment (The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea)
This song always gets to me. It’s just that… erm... I’m not sure. Melody is too enthusiastic for my taste. On the other hand, it’s really good that she’s so enthusiastic. Otherwise the whole song would be ruined. Hard to explain. Still, I really like this song. It’s very inspiring.
9. Athena's Song (The Little Mermaid III: Ariel's Beginning)
For a moment all of me is alive and at nyumbani in the sea.
The only reason why this movie is on the 9th place is that it’s too short, about 40 seconds. It’s really beautiful, though, and suits Athena. She’s such a warm persona and she radiates her warmth through the song, too. Even Arista and Aquata stop fighting when she’s singing.
So, Athena’s song is very beautiful but too short to songesha any higher.
8. Out of Thin Air (Aladdin III: The King of Thieves)
Under the bright blue endless sky.
I consider this the only upendo song on my list. It’s beautiful and all. It tells us about jimmy, hunitumia and Aladdin’s past and present at the same time. Aladin reveals his feelings for his father’s absence. It’s all so touching. I think Out of Thin Air is not only a upendo song; it’s kind of Part of Your World with two people and a few upendo confessions.
7. Where Do I Go From Here (Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World)
Our wedding can wait. –I upendo you.
Again: a very beautiful song. It’s also a song I can relate to, some ways. The reason why this song is on the 6th place is that I don’t upendo the melody. But I upendo the lyrics so much that I couldn’t put it lower. Overall, a very beautiful song with a not-so-beautiful melody.
6. Perfectly Perfect (Cinderella III: A Twist in Time)
But where do I go from here? So many voices ringing in my ear. Which is the voice that I was meant to hear?
This is a funny, touching and beautiful song. But it gets minus points because of Anastasia and Drizella’s voices. So, would it be totally weird if I alisema that this song makes me so happy though Anastasia and Drizella surely don’t sing about happiness? Well, I’ll say it anyways: Perfectly perfect makes me happy.
5. Welcome To the Forty Thieves (Aladdin III: The King of Thieves)
What could ever come between us? –I would gladly volunteer.
This is a very catching song. I just upendo this song. I can’t explain this. I upendo villain songs, which might be a major reason. Plus, the atmosphere in the song is very… twisted.
4. Lesson Number One (Mulan II)
As an honorary member of the gang there’s no-one alive ever leaves.
The lyrics “One alone is not enough, we need both together” pretty much tells the reason I upendo this song so much. I upendo all the opposite attract things and this song is about it, kind of. Lesson Number One is very energetic and just so… epic. That’s why I upendo it.
3. Put It Together (Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo) (Cinderella II: Dreams Come True)- Ending
One alone is not enough, wewe need both together: Winter, summer, moon and sun.
I give wewe the permission to call me crazy after kusoma this explanation. I upendo this song very, very much because it’s the closest villain-like version of Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo I’ll ever have. I am very well aware that this is not a villain song. I just think that a villain version of Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo would be so awesome! *drools*
2. So Much zaidi Than a Dream (Cinderella III: A Twist in Time)
You go ala-ka ala-ka-zoo and when wewe put it together it’s magic. Because all wewe need is inside of you.
I love, love, upendo this song! It’s sad at first because Cindy gives up her dreams, sort of. Then she realized that there is a way to make her dreams come true and she’s so happy. I start to cry every single time I listen to that part. So Much zaidi Than a Dream is such a super beautiful song.
1. I Still Believe (Cinderella III: A Twist in Time) - Ending
I will take a chance on upendo to get my once upon a time.
Awwwwws, this is beautiful, happy and a bit bittersweet song. I think it’s kind of ironic that I don’t believe in upendo (in the romantic way!) but I upendo this song especially the part “Oh, I still believe in destiny, that wewe and I, we’re meant to be”. Well, maybe that’s the very reason. I wish that I’d be able to believe in the romantic-way upendo but I don’t. Anyways, this song makes me happy and I’ve loved it ever since cinderella 3 came out. Beautiful.
I still wish on the stars as they fall from above. Cause I still believe, believe in love.