5. You’ll be in my heart – Tarzan
A fun 90s pop song by Phil Collins, if you like 90s pop songs like I do, then this one is definitely fun and is a good song to end out Disney’s amazing 90s run of hits
4. Why should I worry – Oliver and Company
I gotta tell ya, when I was a kid, I heard this song and immediately I was hooked. It’s just full of that ‘urban New York city’ attitude and Dodger is the coolest dog ever. The fact that its sung by Billy Joel, its perfect.
3. I won’t say I’m in Love – Hercules
A doo-wop gospel backed ballad sung by Susan Egan, I like the uniqueness of this song, it’s not a traditional Disney type song at all, and yet it works. It’s catchy and fits the character well.
2. Beauty and the Beast
Celine Dion did an excellent version of this song and along with A Whole New World, this is probably the most popular Disney duet song. I like this one better though, the melody is instantly recognizable and the ballad is definitely one that will make your girlfriend or boyfriend swoon from its sweetness.
Colors of the Wind – Pocahontas
This song is lyrical perfection. There’s so much imagery, the melody is instantly recognizable like a lot of other Disney songs (A whole new world, When you wish upon a star, Beauty and the beast, Part of your world, Reflections, Go the Distance, Let it go are a few others I can instantly recognize as well), but lines like “If you follow in the footsteps of a stranger, you’ll see things you never knew you never knew” is all the more important today with all the politics going on. What a powerful song, on all levels.