Steve’s Wonderful Lists of Disney: Songs #190-171

We continue trucking along in revealing the rankings of the songs in Disney history with #190-171:

190. The Motion Waltz (Emotion Commotion) (Meet the Robinsons)

This song heard during the final credits of the film is a fine enough song to close out the film.

189. Mad Madam Mim (The Sword in the Stone)

This fun song that Mim sings to show off her skills to Arthur is a basic and simple song for Mim to sing.

188. A Pirate’s Life (Peter Pan)

This is yet another simple and basic song to introduce the pirates along with Captain Hook and Smee.

187. It’s Gonna Be Great (Winnie-the-Pooh)

This simple and fun song that Tigger sings while trying to turn Eeyore into a fellow Tigger is a good song for the situation.

186. Will the Sun Ever Shine Again? (Home on the Range)

This simple and solid ballad that is performed when everyone is at their lowest is a fine song for the mood of the film at that moment.

185. Rescue Aid Society (The Rescuers)

This simple theme song that the R.A.S. sing before the start of their meeting is a basic and catchy song.

184. Great Spirits (Brother Bear)

This song that is heard to open the film is a fine and solid song to once again showcase the skills of Phil Collins.

183. Let’s Sing a Gay Little Spring Song (Bambi)

This simple song that is performed as the season turns to spring much to Friend Owl’s chagrin is a basic song to showcase the chorus.

182. Mexico (The Three Caballeros)

This fun song sung by Panchito serves as a showcase to the country of Mexico and is one of the highlights of the film.

181. Look Out for Mr. Stork (Dumbo)

This song that is performed as the storks deliver the babies to the animals is a solid and simple song for the film.

180. Say It With a Slap (Fun and Fancy Free)

This interesting song that is performed while the bears have their dance is another fine showcase for Dinah Shore.

179. Zero (Ralph Breaks the Internet)

This hit song by Imagine Dragons that is heard during the closing credits is a fun and fine song for the band.

178. Goodbye May Seem Forever (The Fox and the Hound)

This simple and emotional song that Tweed sings as she releases Tod into the forest is a pretty sad song.

177. Perfect Isn’t Easy (Oliver and Company)

This simple song that Georgette sings is a fun and solid song to showcase the skills of Bette Midler.

176. A Very Important Thing to Do (Winnie-the-Pooh)

This quick and basic song is a fine enough song to fill some time for the film and that’s pretty much it.

175. Rumbly in My Tumbly (The Many Adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh)

This fairly simple song that Pooh sings as he climbs the honey tree is a fine song that fits Pooh perfectly.

174. The Aristocats (The Aristocats)

One of the last films to have a title song to open the film, this song is one of the more memorable of the title songs.

173. Saludos Amigos (Saludos Amigos)

The first title song for the first of the six package films, this one is arguably the best one of the six and one of the better title songs.

172. Higitus Figitus (The Sword in the Stone)

This simple song that Merlin sings as he shrinks his things and puts them in his suitcase is a fine song for the film.

171. Appreciate the Lady (The Fox and the Hound)

This simple song that Big Mama sings to Tod so he can impress Vixey is a fine and good song for her.

That concludes this portion of the list and next week, we continue on with #170-151.