Steve’s Wonderful Lists of Disney: Songs #230-211

It’s time to reveal the next block of the greatest songs in Disney history as we talk about #230-211:

230. Where is Your Heart At? (Meet the Robinsons)

This jazzy song performed by frogs serves more as a background to Lewis meeting more members of the family.

229. Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride (Lilo and Stitch)

This song that is heard while Lilo, Stitch, Nani, and David spend the day at the beach is a fun song as the four become closer.

228. Yodel-Adel-Eedle-Idle-Oo (Home on the Range)

This interesting song sung by Slim is a unique yodeling song to hypnotize the cows and get them to follow him which is method to steal them.

227. On My Way (Brother Bear)

This simple song performed by Phil Collins as Koda and Kenai keep on their journey is a fine background song as the two begin to become friends.

226. Brazil (Saludos Amigos)

This simple song is a nice tune to showcase the culture of Brazil while also introducing the world to Jose Carioca.

225. Hip-Hip-Pooh-Ray (The Many Adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh)

This fun song to celebrate the heroism of Pooh and Piglet is a nice song to close out the second short of the film.

224. (You Ain’t) Home on the Range (Home on the Range)

This song to serve as an intro to the film is a fine song that sounds like something that you would hear in the Wild West.

223. That’s What Makes the World Go Round (The Sword in the Stone)

This song sung by Merlin while he and Arthur are fish is a fairly basic song as Merlin attempts to teach Arthur the ways of the world.

222. The Winner Song (Winnie-the-Pooh)

This song that is performed every time someone thinks they’ve won the contest is pretty basic and simple.

221. Cinderella (Cinderella)

Continuing the trend of having title songs, this song is a basic and nice song to serve as the opening to this film.

220. The Future Has Arrived (Meet the Robinsons)

This upbeat song performed by the All-American Rejects during the credits is a solid song to close out the film.

219. The Elegant Captain Hook (Peter Pan)

The pirates sing this quick song to try and lure the Lost Boys and Darling children into joining Captain Hook or be forced to walk the plank.

218. Mind over Matter (The Many Adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh)

Singing this song as everyone comes together to pull Pooh out of Rabbit’s front door, this is another basic song to include in this film.

217. Good Company (Oliver and Company)

This simple and nice song that Jenny sings is a pretty song as we see her and Oliver become close.

216. Tico Tico no Fuba (Saludos Amigos)

The final song of this film is a pretty fun song as Jose takes Donald on a journey through Brazil and introducing him to the samba.

215. The Headless Horseman (The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad)

This spooky song sung by Brom Bones to scare Ichabod Crane is a solid song to showcase the skills of the legend that is Bing Crosby.

214. Lazy Countryside (Fun and Fancy Free)

This simple song that is heard while Bongo is adjusting to life in the forest is a good showcase for singer Dinah Shore.

213. Always Know Where You Are (Treasure Planet)

This song performed by BBMak during the end credits of the film is a fine song to close out the film.

212. So Long (Winnie-the-Pooh)

This simple song performed by Zooey Deschanel during the end credits of the film is a nice song to close out the film.

211. Too Good to be True (Fun and Fancy Free)

This pretty lovely song performed by Dinah Shore is a nice song that plays as Bongo begins his relationship with Lulubelle.

That concludes this portion of the list and next week, we continue to trek along as I unveil #210-191.