Steve’s Wonderful Lists of Disney: Songs #70-51

We continue to inch closer to the end of the line as we now reveal #70-51 of the greatest songs in Disney history:

70. God Help the Outcasts (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

This ballad that Esmerelda sings as she asks Heaven to protect the gypsies is a beautiful song for her to sing.

69. Mine, Mine, Mine (Pocahontas)

This song that Ratcliffe and the settlers sing as they search for gold is a fine song that showcases the differences between Ratcliffe and John Smith.

68. Following the Leader (Peter Pan)

This song that John, Michael, and the Lost Boys sing as they head out on an adventure is a fun and catchy song that they sing.

67. One Jump Ahead (Aladdin)

This song that Aladdin sings as he does his best to avoid the guards is a fun song to show the kind of personality that Aladdin is.

66. I’ve Got No Strings (Pinocchio)

This memorable song that Pinocchio sings as part of Stromboli’s show is a fun song that shows Pinocchio’s naivety.

65. You Belong to My Heart (The Three Caballeros)

Despite the trippy nature of the scene, this is a beautiful song that serves as a great showcase for singer Dora Lutz.

64. Go the Distance (Hercules)

This song that Hercules sings as he goes off to discover who he really is is pretty good song for him to sing.

63. In Summer (Frozen)

This song that Olaf sings as he fantasizes about living in the summer is a nice song as he remains blissfully unaware of what could happen to him.

62. Dig a Little Deeper (The Princess and the Frog)

This fun song that Mama Odie sings as she tells Tiana and Naveen about what it is they need is a pretty good song for her.

61. Try Everything (Zootopia)

This song that is performed at the end of the film as part of a concert and to start the credits is a good song to showcase Shakira.

60. The Work Song (Cinderella)

This nice song that the mice sing as they make Cinderella’s dress is a good song to show their love and devotion to Cinderella.

59. The World’s Greatest Criminal Mind (The Great Mouse Detective)

This fun song that Ratigan and his cronies sing as they praise Ratigan and his exploits is a really good and catchy song.

58. Why Should I Worry? (Oliver and Company)

This catchy song that Dodger sings as he tries to keep the sausages away from Oliver is a fun song to showcase Billy Joel.

57. Just Around the Riverbend (Pocahontas)

This song that Pocahontas sings as she reflects on her life and her potential future is a fine showcase for the singer.

56. Golden Afternoon (Alice in Wonderland)

This song that the flowers sing to Alice about themselves is a pretty beautiful and memorable song.

55. Trust in Me (The Jungle Book)

This enchanting song that Kaa sings as he puts Mowgli under his spell is a very haunting, yet tantalizing song.

54. Les Poissons (The Little Mermaid)

This song that Chef Louie sings as he prepares the meal while Sebastian watches in horror is a fun and catchy song.

53. The Siamese Cat Song (Lady and the Tramp)

Despite being seen as controversial today, this is a pretty fun song as the Siamese cats torment Lady and destroy the house while singing about it.

52. Out There (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

This song that Quasimodo sings as he dreams of being accepted by society is a pretty powerful song for him to sing.

51. The Next Right Thing (Frozen II)

This powerful song that Anna sings as she realizes what she has to do is a very chilling and memorable song that solidifies her position as the greatest Disney Princess of all time.

That concludes this portion of the list and next week, we start to get into elite territory as we start to unveil the top 50.