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Let's Talk Disney Music

Discussion in 'Music' started by Kylo Solo, Feb 3, 2017.

  1. Kylo Solo

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    Who here listens to classic Disney music on a regular basis? I have grown up with it and there just some songs that I can never get tired of listening to!

    *As I post this I am currently listening to Hakuna Matata*
     
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    Me!
    My favourites are (known by heart, half known, just listening or knowing random expressions)
    Be prepared (French, English, Arabic)
    The bells of Notre Dame (French, English)
    Hellfire (French, English)
    I've got friends on the other side (French, English)
    A star is born (French)

    Let it go (Ancient Greek) :D
     
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    Well... I know the lyrics or just listen in these languages... :D
     
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    We (wife, two daughters and I) all love Disney so yes, we listen to Disney music all the time. A lot of the new stuff is really good too. Currently, Moana gets a lot of play time in our car. "What can I say except, you're welcome . . ."

     
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    Aladdin A whole New World
    Lion King Be Prepared
    Aladdin Friends Like Me
    Pocahontas Colors of the Wind.
    The Lon King Can you feel the love tonight
    Marry Poppins Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
     
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    There are alot of great Disney Songs, but to my mind nothing beats Feed the Birds. Best song written for a Disney movie by far in my opinion.

     
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    I always find Disney music good to hear and the lyrics are meaningful and interactive! They are made specifically for a certain story or character. Its music is so personalized and the tunes simply coincides the characters' mood.
     
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