Steve’s Wonderful Lists of Disney: Songs #150-131

We continue to trek along in ranking the songs in Disney history with #150-131:

150. Once Upon a Time in New York City (Oliver and Company)

This song to open the film is a pretty good song to set the stage for the film and showcase the talents of Huey Lewis.

149. Perfect World (The Emperor’s New Groove)

This pretty interesting song is a good one to show off exactly what kind of person Kuzco is.

148. What is a Baby/La La Lu (Lady and the Tramp)

This simple and basic pair of ballads that Lady and Darling sing as Lady meets the baby for the first time is a fine pair of songs for them.

147. Where You Are (Moana)

This song that Tui sings to try and prep Moana to take over for him while trying to keep her away from the water is a fun song for the film.

146. The Bells of Notre Dame (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

This song that serves as a prelude to the events of the film is a pretty intense song to kick off the film.

145. Os Quindins de Yaya (The Three Caballeros)

This fun and upbeat song features a unique blend of live action and animation while showcasing the talent of Aurora Miranda.

144. Reindeers are Better than People (Frozen)

This quick and basic song is a fine showcase for Kristoff as he sings about his relationship with Sven.

143. Little Black Raincloud (The Many Adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh)

This is another pretty basic song as Pooh and Christopher Robin sing it to try and confuse the bees so Pooh can get honey.

142. Gonna Take You There (The Princess and the Frog)

This is a pretty fun and catchy song that Ray and his family sing as they take Tiana, Naveen, and Lewis through the swamp.

141. The Three Caballeros (The Three Caballeros)

Continuing with the tradition of having opening theme songs, this is one of the most memorable and catchy of them.

140. Painting the Roses Red (Alice in Wonderland)

This song that the cards and Alice sing as they paint the white roses red is a fine song for them.

139. Wreck-It, Wreck-It Ralph (Wreck-It Ralph)

This upbeat song that is performed during the closing credits is a fine song to serve as a theme song for the film.

138. Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee (Pinocchio)

This song that Honest John sings to lure Pinocchio to him and Gideon is a fun and catchy song for him to sing.

137. I Thought I Lost You (Bolt)

This song that is performed during the closing credits is a fine showcase for the film’s stars John Travolta and Miley Cyrus.

136. All is Found (Frozen II)

This song that Elsa and Anna’s mother sings to them as a lullaby is a beautiful ballad that serves as a catalyst for later in the film.

135. The Gospel Truth (Hercules)

This song that the muses sing to open the film is a fun showcase for the five singers and to set the stage for what’s to come.

134. Someone’s Waiting for You (The Rescuers)

This sad ballad that is sung to assure Penny that something will come for her is a nice showcase for the singer.

133. The Backson Song (Winnie-the-Pooh)

This interesting song that Owl sings to describe the Backson to everyone is a fun song despite the tension.

132. Oo-De-Lally (Robin Hood)

This simple song that Alan-a-Dale sings to introduce the audience to Robin Hood and Little John is a fine and basic song.

131. Scales and Arpeggios (The Aristocats)

This simple and fun that Duchess and the kittens sing is a fine song to showcase their skills.

That concludes this portion of the list and next week, we start to get to some good stuff as we unveil #130-111.