Steve’s Wonderful Lists of Disney: Songs #244-231

It’s now time to kick off the fourth list in this series and that is ranking all the Songs in Disney history, and we start off here with #244-231:

244. A Huntin’ Man (The Fox and the Hound)

This quick interlude sung by Amos Slade is possibly the quickest song in Disney history and ends up at the bottom of the list.

243. Make Mine Music (Make Mine Music)

The opening song for this film is a fine opening piece showcasing the choir that we will hear for a number of films.

243. Melody Time (Melody Time)

Much like the last entry, this is a fairly basic intro song to a fairly basic package film.

241. Ichabod and Mr. Toad (The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad)

The last of the package films of the 1940s has yet another pretty basic opening song to serve as an intro to the film.

240. The Sword in the Stone (The Sword in the Stone)

This simple song serves as the introduction to the film and a brief prelude to the events prior.

239. Pooh’s Finale (Winnie-the-Pooh)

After helping Eeyore find his tail, Pooh is rewarded with a giant pot of honey as his friends sing a simple song to congratulate him.

238. Fe-Fi-Fo-Fum (Fun and Fancy Free)

Willie the Giant sings this quick and basic song to describe himself and his powers as Mickey and his friends watch on.

237. The Virginia Company (Pocahontas)

What is basically the theme song for the company sailing to the New World is about as basic a song as you can get.

236. Little Patch of Heaven (Home on the Range)

This song that is sung as Maggie arrives to the farm is a nice and simple song to put over how happy the farm is.

235. Fun and Fancy Free (Fun and Fancy Free)

The intro song for this package film is another simple song that showcases the choir and livens up the atmosphere.

234. Ichabod Crane (The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad)

This basic song to introduce the audience to Ichabod Crane is a good showcase for singer Bing Crosby.

233. Little Wonders (Meet the Robinsons)

The closing song to the film performed by Rob Thomas is a solid song to close things out and end the film on a happy note.

232. I’m Still Here (Treasure Planet)

This song performed by the Goo Goo Dolls is a solid song to play as John Silver becomes close to Jim and Jim reflects on his life.

231. My, What a Happy Day (Fun and Fancy Free)

This song sung by the magic harp is a simple and fun song to show how happy everything is before she is kidnapped.

That concludes this portion of the list and next week, I will unveil #230-211 as we chip away at what will be the longest list.