I really couldn't narrow down a juu 20 au 30 au even 10, so here's my juu 5.
5."Hellfire" (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
Like fire, hellfire, this moto in my skin. This burning desire is turning me to SIN!
Holy catchphrase Batman, is this an evil song! I've never seen a Disney song dive this far into the realm of PG ratings. This is a song about lust for a hot chick that Frollo (the most evil Disney villain) met about 5 dakika ago, who stiffens his trouser, suruali wand and automatically makes him feel like he's filled with sin. This is an AMAZING villain song because he's not just like "I'm going to kill [insert protagonist here]". It's a passionate song about a man struggling to figure out what is evil, and when it seems he comes close to good, he falls back down into the pits of racism and corruption, and wishes her to be banished from the earth. What other Disney song could implement rape and not have the tones picked up kwa young children but certainly identified kwa adults? Rape in a Disney movie. How appropriate. But somehow it made it to the big screen. This song is like satan-flavored ice cream. Bad for you, but soooo delicious.
4."Part of Your World" (The Little Mermaid)
What's a fire, and why does it...what's the word? BURN!
Okay, come on, anyone who knows me KNOWS that a little mermaid song has got to be on here. Ariel is my inayopendelewa Disney character ever. I upendo this girl. And, though on principle, this probably wouldn't be my inayopendelewa song, I upendo this song. I just upendo it from start to finish. The lyrics are great, the whole scene is great, everything's great. Really. Even though as a kid I was like "this is boring. FAST mbele PLEASE." But I really upendo Ariel's drive and desrie in this song. I feel like this song perfectly encompasses her personality and I would like it TEN TIMES less if it wasn't in there.
3."I'm Still Here" (Treasure Planet)
How can they say I never change? There the ones that stay the same.
Jim Hawkens is hot. Oh, wait, is he jailbait? Who cares, I think it's still legal. There has to be a four mwaka age difference right? Anyway, he's the only cartoon guy I know who can pull off side bangs (not sideswept, literally bangs on either side of his head) and a panya tail and still be hot. Really. Now that that's been established, I freakin' upendo this songs. Usually I'm not too fond of the songs not sung kwa actual characters, but I upendo this song. upendo it. It's a beautiful tune, so passionate and sad at the same time...like when his father left him, I mentally cried. (I no longer can produce tears, a side effect of selling your soul. Another side effect is only being able to use toilet paper that's been rolled under.) I just upendo this movie as well, it's my sekunde inayopendelewa Disney movie. I just find this song so uplifting and empowering and in-your-face.
2."Why Should I Worry" (Oliver & Company)
One dakika I'm in Central Park....
What happens if wewe roll Steve Irkle, Russel Crowe, and Joan Rivers all in one? IDK, probably something really gross. What a weird fucking question. What happens if wewe roll the Fonz, Thomas O'Malley, and Danny Zuko all in one, wewe get Dodger from Oliver and Company. The coolest fucking dog on the block. I swear on the holiest pair of pants in the land, this dog is the coolest dog. Ever. Period. He would kick Garfield's punda up and down the block anyday. He could jiunge in to the cast of West Side Story. Thus he sings the coolest song ever. Even the title just screams cool. Cool kids don't worry. They just comb their hair in a sideways stroke while looking bored, and occasionally heaving a sigh of discontent. This song is awesome. It screams awesomeness, it's so flippant and fun, and it has everyone joining in at the end. And of course, Billy Joel's voice adds about ten pounds zaidi epic to it.
1. "I2I" (A Goofy Movie)
And maybe upendo is the reason why...for the first time ever we're seeing it Eye to Eye.
Wow...just, wow. This song. Is. Amazing. And some of you, actually, I bet most of you, probably didn't think this song would be first. But everything about this song is amazing. The Lyrics, the melody, the dancing....Powerline is the Michael Jackson of cartoon characters. His dancing is off the charts, as well as his singing. This song...just...blows my mind. I upendo it. I think it's a hit to every generation of kids. READ:
There's my list. I actually have a Youtube video that's gotten over 285,000
maoni about my juu 30 Disney songs, although anything below the juu 5 is DEFINITELY
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