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Top 20 Feel-Good Disney Songs

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Top 20 Feel-Good Disney Songs

If ever you’re in a bad mood, there’s nothing like an upbeat Disney song to get you back into good spirits! These happy Disney songs are sure to bring a smile to your face and maybe even a spring to your step.

Here are the top-20 best feel-good Disney songs. 


20. Under The Sea – The Little Mermaid

It’s difficult to believe that this Disney classic is now over 30 years old! Under the Sea is a classic song from the movie which never fails to make me smile.


19. Love Is An Open Door – Frozen

I know, some of you may be Frozened out. But there really are some fabulous songs in that movie. 

Slightly awkward listening to this after seeing how it all turned out in the movie…


18. Part Of Your World – The Little Mermaid 

Another Little Mermaid song that is worthy of the feel-good title. 



17. Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride – Lilo & Stitch 

Let’s all imagine we are on a Hawaiian Roller Coaster. This always makes us think of amazing times in Alauni.



16. Strangers Like Me – Tarzan 

Great music video below. The best part is when Mr. Collins shows off his karate moves at 1:32. He calls that move “Punching In The Air Tonight.”


15. Be Our Guest – Beauty and the Beast

I know, I know, some of you may not be the biggest fans of the live-action version of Beauty and the Beast, but this one is definitely one of the best songs from the movie.


14. I See The Light – Tangled 

One of my all-time favorites. Such a romantic song which never fails to make me feel uplifted. It’s just a very beautiful Disney love song.

13. Colors of the Wind – Pocahontas 

If you haven’t seen Pocahnotas you really need to set some time aside to watch it. Pocahontas has the distinction of being the only Disney Princess who is based on a historical character. 

12. Touch The Sky – Brave 

This is another song that is perhaps overlooked rather too often. If you haven’t watched Brave you really should.

11. Beauty and the Beast – Beauty and the Beast 

A classic Disney Princess movie. A tale as old as time. If you have ever seen the Beauty and the Beast show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios you will know this is a highlight. 



10. Remember Me – Coco

Coco is one of my very favorite Pixar Movies. This song is very sentimental but is guaranteed to lift your emotions. 



9. Dig A Little Deeper – The Princess and the Frog

This one makes me remember about times in Tiana’s Place on the Disney Wonder




8. Circle of Life – The Lion King

I love this song for two reasons. The first is it’s a good one to sing along too. The second is I love hoisting my dog into in the air like he is Simba when the last chorus plays.



7. Zero To Hero – Hercules

If you haven’t seen Hercules you really should. It’s another one of those Disney movies which is not on everyone’s playlist, but really should be.




6. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious – Mary Poppins 

Trust Mary Poppins to invent a word that no one can actually spell. The movie was a huge leap forward as it paired live-action with animation. And this Disney song makes you feel good, even if you can’t spell it!





5. A Whole New World – Aladdin 

My favorite thing about this song is it brings back memories of Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular at Disney California Adventure, the one Frozen replaced. Watching that show was always a highlight of my trips to Disneyland. 


4. Kiss The Girl – The Little Mermaid 

OK, so it’s another Little Mermaid song, but it’s worth it. 



3. Un Poco Loco – Coco

Coco is visually stunning. If you haven’t seen it yet, make sure you catch it on Disney+.



2. Let It Go – Frozen

I know. This one evokes strong emotions. Perhaps you have heard it too many times sung by your 5-year-old. However, it truly is one of the most uplifting Disney songs of all time. Listen to it again with an open mind and sing your heart out. 



1. I’ll Make A Man Out of You 

Mulan is one of the very best of all the Disney movies – a bit of a neglected one, as it probably isn’t reaching the younger audiences that it should these days. Take a look at it and introduce your kids to Mulan if you haven’t already. 


Which is your favorite Disney movie feel-good song? Is it included here?