What Song Is Being Sung in These Disney Scenes?

By: Khadija Leon

The song played in this scene is "Scales and Arpeggios" from the movie "The Aristocats." The song is sung by Duchess and her three children, Marie, Toulouse, and Berlioz, as they learn about their scales and arpeggios (music chords and notes).

The song which played in this scene is "You're Welcome" from the movie "Moana." The song is being sung by Maui the demi-god after he is rescued from the island by Moana. In the song, he goes on to say you welcome for all of the things that he has done for humanity.

The song heard in this scene is "Just Around the Riverbend" from the movie "Pocahontas." Pocahontas is singing the song as she, Meeko and Flit row down the river. She eventually goes down and ends up at a place where the river divides into two smaller streams.

The song from this scene is "Honor to Us All" from the movie "Mulan." The song is heard as Mulan arrives late to her appointment with the matchmaker. Throughout the scenes, she is being made over by the helpers and her family in preparation for her meeting.

The song which was played during this scene is "You’ll Be In My Heart" from the movie "Tarzan." The song played when Tarzan’s gorilla mother brought him into a tree where they played with butterflies, then later fell asleep.

The song from this scene is "Topsy Turvy" from the movie "The Hunchback of Notre Dame." The song is sung by the crowd and Clopin Trouillefou during the Feast of Fools as he follows Quasimodo around town and as they crown Quasimodo as the King of Fools.

The song from this scene is "Arabian Nights" from the movie "Aladdin." A traveler is singing it during the opening credits of the movie. The song is mainly about the heat experienced both during the day and the night in the desert.

The song from this scene is "Kiss the Girl" from The Little Mermaid. Sebastian and other animals are singing the song during Ariel and Eric’s date out on the lake. Scuttle began to sing, but because of how awful it was, Sebastian took the initiative.

The song played in the scene is called "I See the Light" from the movie "Tangled." Rapunzel is playing the song while she, Flynn Rider and Pascal are on the boat while waiting for the lights festival to begin.

The song from this scene is called "Ma Belle Evangeline" from the movie "The Princess and the Frog." It is sung by Ray the firefly as a serenade to the love of his life, the moon which he calls Evangeline.

The song which played in this scene is "Remember Me" from the movie "Coco." Miguel performed the song as he tried to get his grandmother, Mama Coco to remember him.

The song from this scene is called "This is Halloween" from the movie "The Nightmare Before Christmas." The song is sung at the beginning of the movie by some of the ghosts and supernatural creatures living in Halloweentown.

The song from this scene is "Go the Distance" from the movie "Hercules." The song is sung by Hercules soon after he destroys part of the town. In between the song scenes, his parents tell him that he was found as a baby, he then continues until he reaches the temple of Zeus.

The song which played during this scene is "For the First Time in Forever" from the movie "Frozen." The song is being sung by Anna when the castle’s wait staff is preparing the castle for Elsa’s coronation.

The song played during this scene is "Touch the Sky" from the movie "Brave." The song is played on the day that Merida "doesn’t have to be a princess." She is seen riding her horse Angus through the forest and climbing a rock formation.

The song played during this scene is "Be Our Guest" from the movie "Beauty and the Beast." Lumiere initially sings the song to Belle, but soon all of the castles tenants join in to sing the song to Belle, their guest.

The song played in this scene is "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" from the movie, "The Lion King." Timon initially sings the song then switches between Simba and Nala as the two realize that they are more than just friends while playing in the jungle.

The song played in this scene is "Bella Notte" from the movie, "Lady and the Tramp." The song is played during the classic Lady and Tramp's spaghetti scene. It is being sung by the chefs who prepared the meal.

The song played in this scene is called "Bare Necessities" from the movie "Jungle Book." Baloo initially sings the song as he teaches Mowgli about "the bare necessities." Later on, Mowgli joins in and the two float down the jungle river singing.

The song played during this scene is "When You Wish Upon a Star’" from the movie "Pinocchio." The song is sung when the magical Blue Fairy visits Geppetto’s studio as he is asleep. During that time, she brings Pinocchio to life.

The song sung in this scene is "Someday My Prince Will Come" from the movie "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." In the scene, she is sitting by the fire telling the dwarfs about the charming young man she met.

The song from this scene is "You’ve Got a Friend in Me" from the movie "Toy Story." The song is played in the scene where Woody and Andy are seen playing together. Towards the end, it is played when Woody and Buzz are together.

The song which is heard in this scene is "Oh, Sing Sweet Nightingale" from the movie "Cinderella." The song begins when Anastasia and Drizella have a music class with their mother. It then moves to Cinderella who is cleaning the floor while singing sweetly.

The song sung in this scene is "Try Everything" from the movie "Zootopia." Bunny Judy Hopps is playing the song as she moves to Zootopia after successfully making it on the Zootopia police force.

The song played in this scene is "Baby Mine" from the movie "Dumbo." The song is played as Dumbo visits his mother who is locked in a caravan. Because she is chained by her ankles, she is unable to see him, so she puts her trunk out the caress him.

The song sung in this scene is called "Colors of the Wind" from the movie "Pocahontas." She is heard singing the song in response to John Smith as he makes statements saying that his world is better than that of the savage.

The song sung in this scene is called "Reflections," which is from the movie "Mulan." In the scene, "Mulan" comes home from her disastrous meeting with the matchmaker and sings the song as she removes her makeup.

The song sung in this scene is "Let It Go" from the movie "Frozen." Queen Elsa sings the song as she walks up the snowy mountain where she builds her castle and transforms into the "ice queen."

The song sung in this scene is called "Once Upon a Dream" from the movie "Sleeping Beauty." During the scene, Aurora is seen dancing in the forest with her animal friends while they wear Prince Philip’s clothing.

The song which was sung during this scene is "Hakuna Matata" from the movie "The Lion King." Timon and Pumbaa initially sing the song as they educated Simba on the meaning on the phrase. Later on, Simba joins in on the fun, and the song continues until he grows up.

The song from this scene is called "Whistle While You Work" from the movie "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." The song is being sung by Snow White soon after she and her animal friends begin to clean the house where she and the dwarfs live.

The song from this scene is called "A Whole New World" from the movie "Aladdin." The song begins when Jasmine accepts a magic carpet ride with Aladdin. The two fly over Agrabah and through the clouds taking turns singing.

The song sung in this scene is "I Won’t Say I’m in Love" from the movie "Hercules." The song is sung by Megara soon after she spends the day with Hercules. She walks around the garden singing the song along with The Muses, finally admitting that she is in love.

The song from this scene is "How Far I’ll Go" from the movie "Moana." The song is sung by Moana who was seen struggling to choose between her duty as future chief and her love for the ocean. By the end of the scene, she is seen paddling out beyond the reef.

The song sung in this scene is called "Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo" from the animated film "Cinderella." The Fairy Godmother sings the song as she transforms Cinderella, the pumpkin and the other animals in preparation for the ball.

The song which was heard playing during this scene is "Down in New Orleans" from "The Princess and the Frog." The song is sung right as Tiana wakes up from one job and has to go to work at her other job at Duke’s Cafe.

The song which sung during this scene is "Part of Your World" from "The Little Mermaid." The song is sung by Ariel while in her secret cavern of human things. She was first talking to flounder but soon after she began to sing about being able to do and see human things.

The song heard during this scene is "A Tale as Old A Time" from the movie "Beauty and the Beast." The song is sung by Mrs. Potts after Belle and Beast from the moment that they walk down the staircase to them dancing in the ballroom.

The song which played during this scene was "I’ll Make a Man Out of You" from the movie "Mulan." Li Shang sang the song as he trained the recruits in order to prepare them for the upcoming war against the Hun.

The song which is sung during this scene is "I am Moana" from the movie "Moana." The song is being played as Moana is about to go home after the first interaction with Te kā goes south. She is then visited by her grandmother who inspires her to go back.

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About This Quiz

Disney movies are known for their cool concepts, original characters, and relatability as well as their music. For many people, the Disney songs are the main reason why they keep watching the different movies that the company puts out. The catchy tunes are not only sung by the kids who watch the movies, but also us adults who are fans of the franchise.

With new Disney movies being released every year, the number of songs has surpassed 300, and it can be hard to remember every one of them and the scene which they were played in. While there are many songs, there are at least 100 songs which almost everyone knows and in many cases, it is the reason why the movies are so successful. Movies like "Beauty and the Beast," "The Little Mermaid," "The Lion King," "Moana," "Frozen," "Pocahontas" and "Mulan" have often been called the best where music is concerned. 

How well do you know the different Disney songs and the scenes which they were either sung or played in? If you were given images of the different scenes, would you be able to guess what song was being heard? Well, there is only one way to find out, and that is by taking this quiz!

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