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And, as promised, here is the top 10 list for the bad guy songs!
10. Lady and the Tramp – “The Siamese Cat Song”
Not for any other reason, but they really do cause mayhem while singing that song. Careful that vase is going to – !… too late…
9. Pocahontas – “Mine Mine Mine”
What better title to suit a bad guy’s song – so greedy…
8. Sword in the Stone – “Mad Madam Mim”
The song says it all – she’s mad and bad!
7. Hercules – “Gospel Truth II”
It’s the second part of the song Gospel Truth and it’s a little introduction of the almighty and all-loved Hades. No matter how evil he is, he is definitely a favorite character!
6. Beauty and the Beast – “Gaston”
Seriously, why do all villains have to sing about themselves? Really now…
5. 101 Dalmatians – “Cruella DeVil”
Like I said… every evil song sings about the bad guy – or bad woman…
4. Little Mermaid – “Poor Unfortunate Souls”
A song which doesn’t refer to herself (Ursula), finally! It’s catchy and melodic, to the point that as I was writing the title, I couldn’t help but sing along with it: “Poor unfortunate sould! In pain, in neeeeeed!”
3. Hunchback of Notre Dame – “Hellfire”
I had watched this film when I was younger and always thought that the bad guy of the film wanted to be rid of Esmeralda because, well, he was the bad guy. Growing up, I watched it again, and when I realized that the bad guy wanted to get rid of her because he had the hots for her, plainly, creeped me out!
2. Lion King – “Be Prepared”
Ah, Scar. An all-time favorite character. This guy could be considered to be weak, fragile, but so sly, that he can get away with anything – even killing his own brother. Be prepared however also shows you as an audience the effect and influence he has on other side characters. A great character that really deserves, in my opinion, number 2.
But who could have beaten Scar and gotten number 1?
And the number 1 song sang by a villain goes tooooo…
1. Princess and the Frog – “Friends on the Other Side”
This song is so catchy and so good, that you can’t help it but snap your fingers at the beat! The evil character is sly and wicked and, well, our number one in this list!
I had a little bit of trouble making the list because, even though I had the songs, I felt bad excluding some of them, and then I had difficulty numbering them – I mean, come on, can you really put a number on childhood? And as if that wasn’t enough, I was trying to figure out how to post all videos – because, when you’re talking about songs, you have to have sound.
So, I concluded on the following:
A. I will post here the list of the “good guy” songs; then I will make another posting with the “villain” songs; and-
B. Then I will post a ‘home-made’ video that includes all the songs as listed for you guys to have a taste of all of them.
Without further ado, here is the top 10 “good guy” Disney Song list – if you think I should have changed the numbering of a song, or if I should have included another one, do tell! :D
10. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, “I’m Wishing”
Some of you may disagree and argue that I could have put another song in , butit was the first movie made by Disney, I have to give the film atleast some credit.
9. Tangled, “I Have a Dream”
When they say don’t judge a book by its cover, they do have a point…
8. Pocahontas, “Colors of the Wind”
Some say to follow your heart. But if you can’t, the wind works too.
7. Beauty and the Beast, “Tale as Old as Time”
It’s a classic. Girly, but classic!
6. Tarzan, “Son of Man”
Many have forgotten about this film, but not only is it a good movie, it has – in my opinion – some of the best songs. And also, we adore Phil Collins.
5. Aladdin, “A Friend Like Me”
Out of all the wacky characters out there, Genie is one of them. His humor and hyperactivity makes the film and song so much more enjoyable than it would have been without him. Robin Williams does an amazing job at voicing this great characters.
4. Mulan, “I’ll Make a Man Out of You”
Lets get down to business, to defeat *ha, ha* the Hans *rahh!*
And in number 3…!
3. Aristocats, “Everybody Wants To Be a Cat”
For all those dog lovers out there, I do apologize, but this song has to go at the top 3… it just has to, because, well, reasons.
2. Frozen, “Let It Go”
New and one of many people’s favorite. “Let It Go” was going to be number one, but then I remembered that one song that, even today, people may say it randomly to make a point. I’m sorry Frozen, but number one goes to…….
1. The Lion King, “Hakuna Matata”
This movie has been played over and over again, but still – who doesn’t adore Timon and Pumba? Who can deny that their song came to stay?
Keep tuned for the “bad guy” Disney Song Top 10! Coming soon!…
Here is one of my most favorite Disney songs of all: from Disney’s Hercules, “The Gospel Truth”.
If you have any Disney songs that you consider to be top of the top amongst other Disney ones, do tell me :D
I was looking around the Disney film and wondering which songs I could put in my top 10.
So! Enjoy the first song that I had a look at as I make my top 10 Disney songs – coming soon!
Before I go on to post the ‘results’ of who won, I would first like to thank you all for voting and sending me your opinion of who won and who lost.
I had a few tell me that it would be a draw, because there would be no reason for them to fight – unless it’s a couples fight. Why? Because so many of you humans seem to love the idea of Elsa and Jack Frost to be a couple. I consulted a cat-friend of mine and he showed me (when the Director was out obviously) pictures on the internet that were fan made, depicting Elsa and Jack Frost together. I have to admit, if they were ever to meet each other it would be an interesting movie to watch.
However, if we had to say that someone would win, I would have to agree that it would be Elsa. Why? Well, lets think about this for a second of what we’ve seen: we’ve seen Elsa fight and make shards out of nothing and so on. Jack Frost on the other hand, we’ve seen making snowflakes and ice ramps out of thin air. Lets imagine though that Jack Frost is able to shards out of ice. Is Elsa able to make snowflakes that last (cause we’ve seen her make snowflakes but they didn’t last for long, only for a verse in her song “Let It Go”)? Pro~obably.
Now lets think of another thing: How did they beat their movies’ villains? Elsa managed to bring her sister ‘back to life’ with sisterly love. Then thebad guy was taken away. Jack Frost beat his villain by making kids believe in him and by not being afraid. Who’s is more heroic? I’d say Elsa.
Don’t get me wrong – I like both characters and I find them both as strong! But, when it comes down to choosing one, I’d say Elsa is the winner. Who knows? Maybe if things got worse in a fight between them, Elsa would lock him up in a palace made of ice and keep him there for … company.
*Ding Ding Ding*
On one corner of the ring we have Disney’s Elsa, the Frost Queen! Aaand on the other corner, we have Jack Frost, one of Dreamwork’s Guardians!
Today we will debate on who would win in a fight of brains, braun, and, well, ice!
Elsa had a bit of trouble with controlling her powers, and when they got out of hand, she run away. Everything turned out for the better since her running away let her come to terms with who she is and was then able to control them. Well, not just control them, but one could say that she even mastered them! Lets have a look at a few of them, shall we? Before she mastered them, she made a whole city go below zero (temperature-wize), she froze the water that surrounded the city (and it was not a small river or a small lake for that matter!), she made a snowman AND brought him to life (!), she made a whole castle out of ice (decorating it with a chandelier as well), and, made her own dress (which was kind of weird, but anyway, we loved it!). I’m not going to say anymore because I said the beginning-middle of the film, and maybe have said too much already. Moving on:
Jack Frost on the other hand, who was he? Well, we begin knowing that he caused a lot of mischief. He had some trouble coming to terms with who he was, why he was called to be a Guardian, why he had these strange powers, and was quite depressed about the fact that he was invisible to so many children. Actually, no. Lets replace the word “depressed” with “desperate” and ask ourselves why he was not able to be seen by othe children when – supposedly – the Toothfairy for example could be seen. When he finally realized the answer to that, he then understood why he had these powers and why he was called to be a Guardian. He was then finally… *cough* erm, no I won’t tell you what happened. I migth have told you the problems of our hero but I will not tell you the ending.
So, these two characters have a lot in common: coming to terms with who they are, having a tiny bit of trouble of mastering their powers and, oh what is that? – they also share in cmmon the fact that they both have ice powers.
Thus, before I go on to say who I think would win, I would love to hear some of your opinions of who you think would win!? Elsa? Or Jack Frost?
Summer is here and the heat is really getting to me. I mean, with all this fur and playing with Prey, I really tire myself out so easily.
However! Yesterday, the Director – finally – decided to turn on the fan on. And guess what I was doing all day yesterday to get my energy back…? Sitting in front of the fan all day long!
But enough about that. While I was enjoying my time yesterday, I came across this video:
It’s made by the same guy who did the first Disney parody, and – obviously – it’s with new characters this time! I’m not going to tell you who he uses this time. But I’m going to tell you two things.
1. I can honestly say that, in relation to the previous video, his vocals and performance are much better. Not that he wasn’t amazing to begin with. It’s just that this time, he really made me say “wow” outloud!
And 2. You do not expect the four (female) Disney characters he uses!
I hope you enjoy!