Disney Music on #YouTube – Frozen

Frozen
Over the years, Disney movies have brought out some incredible Disney Music to the public — to the point that in many cases the Disney Music may be, in some cases, be more of a draw than the movie! In this short series, I’ve decided to take a look at the Disney Music that you can find on YouTube — and share some of it with you as embedded YouTube videos! Today, since this movie has captivated most of us, I’m starting with the Disney Movie Frozen. Enjoy!

Do You Want to Build a Snowman?

As I wrote about in my post about Anna, the words “Do you want to build a snowman?” certainly have multiple connotations, from fun, to remembering when they played together, to wanting to turn back time so their parents are back in their lives.  Personally, I think that this song is my favorite in the whole soundtrack, and I truly enjoy seeing it online.

Let It Go

Let It Go is Elsa’s song — her song about how she embraces her magic and makes it her own!  I love so much about this song — the music, of course.  Then there is how Elsa turns her circumstances around and embraces her magic.  Lastly, I love the hope she has when she sings this song.  I hope you enjoy it also!

For good measure, here is Demi Lovato’s music video of the song Let It Go:

In  Summer

Olaf, the incredibly warmhearted snowman, in many ways stole the show.  He was comic relief when things were a little too heavy in the movie, but he also had one of the best lines of the whole movie, when he said “Some people are worth melting for.”  However, he also had his own show tune number, when he sung about what it would be like for him In Summer:

This is just a sampling of the incredible music that you can find in the blockbuster hit Frozen.  Tell me, which is your favorite song from the movie?  Please let me know in the comments, and thanks!

Mike and Sulley

#DisneyMusicMonday – Mike and Sulley

Mike and Sulley

Hello everyone, and welcome to this week’s Disney Music Monday post.  This series is dedicated to giving you a smile to brighten your Monday morning.  I’m joined by my co-host Tim from Dad for Disney.  Thanks Tim for joining us!

This week we’re taking a look at a song sung by Mike and Sulley from Monster’s Inc.  Did you know that the song “If I Didn’t Have You” from Monster’s Inc. won the Oscar for Best Original Song in 2003?  I had no idea!  Today we’ve got two versions of the song for you.  The first is the song with selected video clips put in, since this song was part of the end credits of the movie, and the second version is the song with takes featuring John Goodman and Billy Crystal actually recording the song in the studio.  They are both a lot of fun, so take a few moments to watch them, and enjoy!  I hope that this #DisneyMusicMonday selection brings a smile to your face!  As John Goodman said, “It’s a great friendship song.”


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Did that bring a smile to your face like it did for me? Let me know in the comments below, and please check out the rest of the entries. Thanks for stopping by!

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Disney Music Monday

#DisneyMusicMonday – Zip A Dee Doo Dah

Disney Music Monday

Splash Mountain is the ride based on the movie The Song of the South.

Hello everyone, and welcome to #DisneyMusicMonday!  This week we are taking a look at one of the most popular songs in Disney — Zip A Dee Doo Dah!  Are you having a Zip A Dee Doo Dah day?  If not, maybe our post will help you out!

I’m joined by my friend Tim from Dad for Disney! Do you have a blog? Do you look forward to your Disney Music as much as I do? If so, how about writing a post and adding it to our linkup? The only criteria that matters is that it has to be about Disney Music.  It is my hope that our posts help you get back into the workweek full steam ahead, and that they turn what may be a chaotic Monday into something a little more manageable.

As I mentioned, today we are taking a look at Zip A Dee Doo Dah — the song that got it’s start in the 1946 film Song of the South, starring James Baskett.  This song won the Academy Award for Best Song, which just goes to show how popular it was from the very start!

To celebrate this, here is a YouTube clip of the song as seen in the movie.  I hope you enjoy it!

Now that I hopefully have put a smile on your face, go check out the rest of the entries, and thanks for stopping by!

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