It’s time now for the penultimate edition of this list as we unveil #30-11 of the greatest songs in Disney history:
30. Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo (Cinderella)
This song that the Fairy Godmother sings as she sets Cinderella up for the ball is a fun and memorable song for the film.
29. You’ll Be in My Heart (Tarzan)
This song that Kala sings as a lullaby for Tarzan is a fine song for her and would also become one of the biggest hits for singer Phil Collins.
28. A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes (Cinderella)
This song that Cinderella as she sings about her dreams with her animal friends is a nice and memorable song for her.
27. How Far I’ll Go (Moana)
This song that Moana sings as she struggles whether to sail out or not is a pretty powerful song for her and one of the more memorable songs of the last decade.
26. Almost There (The Princess and the Frog)
This song that Tiana sings to her mother as she sings about being close to her dream is a fun and memorable song for the film.
25. I Won’t Say I’m in Love (Hercules)
This song that Meg and the muses sing as Meg struggles with her feelings for Hercules is a very memorable song that isn’t talked about enough.
24. For the First Time in Forever (Frozen)
This song that Anna and Elsa sing as they prepare to open the kingdom is an interesting dynamic between the two.
23. He’s a Tramp (Lady and the Tramp)
This song that Peg sings about Tramp’s previous conquests to Lady is a fun and upbeat song that is still very memorable to this day.
22. One Last Hope (Hercules)
This song that Phil sings as he tells Hercules that he’s his last chance at greatness is a good showcase for Danny DeVito.
21. You’re Welcome (Moana)
This fun song that Maui sings as he manipulates his way into stealing Moana’s boat and leaving her stranded is a great showcase for Dwayne Johnson.
20. The Circle of Life (The Lion King)
This song that is performed at the beginning of the film is still one of the most memorable and greatest openings in cinema history.
19. Friend Like Me (Aladdin)
This song that Genie sings to convince Aladdin he is the real deal is a really fun song and a great showcase of Robin Williams’ talent.
18. Heigh-Ho (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
This song that the dwarfs sing as they are working and then heading home is still one of the most memorable songs in history.
17. Bella Notte (Lady and the Tramp)
This song that is performed as Lady and Tramp start to fall in love is still one of the best love songs in Disney history.
16. Once Upon a Dream (Sleeping Beauty)
This song that Aurora and eventually Philip sing as they meet in the forest is still a beautiful song and a memorable one as well.
15. I See the Light (Tangled)
This song that Rapunzel and Flynn sing while the lanterns are released into the sky is a pretty good and underrated song from the last decade.
14. Into the Unknown (Frozen II)
This song that Elsa sings as she discovers a voice calling her and she inadvertently releases the spirits is yet another powerful song for her.
13. Colors of the Wind (Pocahontas)
This song that Pocahontas sings to John Smith is still one of the most powerful and memorable songs in Disney history.
12. I’ll Make a Man Out of You (Mulan)
This song that Shang sings as he trains Mulan and the other recruits is still one of the most memorable and fun songs in history as well as a good showcase for Donny Osmond.
11. Someday My Prince Will Come (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
This song that Snow White sings about her feelings for the Prince is arguably the first great song in Disney history and the perfect showcase for Andrea Caselotti.
That concludes this portion of the list and next week, we finally hit the end of the line as we unveil the top 10.