Disney films are not only timeless cinematic success, but have been a tool of inspirations to many generations of children and adults. Dreamers believe and grasps the message of the stories. Along with the songs in the films, the message is clear — that wishes will come true if you hope in your hearts and never stop dreaming.
Someday My Prince Will Come
An inspiring song from the classic 1950 Cinderella film. Here, the message is very clear — Don’t lose HOPE. Life will never runs out of trials, but if you keep on believing and reaching for your dreams — your wish will come true.
A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes
The Prince Charming tales started with this song from the film Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (1937). Young ladies to fall in love with the lyrics of this sweet lullaby. Here, Snow White thinks about her dream man while telling a bed time story to Sleepy and company. To every single lady still waiting for the right guy to come, just have FAITH be instilled in your heart.
You Can Fly
Be OPTIMISTIC or have a positive taught, is the message being relayed in this song. In this scene from the 1953 film Peter Pan, Wendy and the children listen in awe as Peter Pan teaches them how to fly. Everything is achievable if only you can learn to set your mind to it. Here, Peter Pan says, “All it takes is faith and trust…”
In the 1976 film The Jungle Book, Baloo, the laid-back bear, taught Mowgli how to cope with life in the jungle. This song teaches how one can enjoy a simple life and yet attain all you need. The moral of the song is be Content and learn to appreciate what you already have.
Throw away worries and just enjoy life is what the song is telling us. In the 1994 film The Lion King, Simba was taught by Timon and Pumbaa (his friends) how to deal with ANXIETY by helping him get adapted to the worry-free way of living.
Colors of the Wind
The 1995 film Pocahontas put emphasis on love of Nature. In this song, Pocahontas shows John Smith the beauty of Nature and how one must protect it. The message is apt for today’s generation — enjoy and value nature.
You Got A Friend In Me
Toy Story released in 1995 has one major theme — FRIENDSHIP. The song conveys how genuine friendship can be celebrated all its forms, and teaches us to forever treasure in our hearts each friendship we made God Helps The Outcasts
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996) is not only a film about the classic love story of Quasimodo and La Esmeralda, but a deeper message was embedded into the story. It opened our eyes to the truth that all is created equal! The song clearly speaks of TOLERANCE and ACCEPTANCE.
I Can Go The Distance
Let the hidden hero comes out of you. This song from the movie Hercules (1997), demonstrates what PERSISTENCE, DETERMINATION, and ENDURANCE is all about.
In the film The Princess and The Frog (2009), Tiana is a hard-working young woman who dreams of owning her own restaurant. The song conveys the value of HARD WORK and DEDICATION — traits that are essentials to make your own dreams come true.