Many Disney movies are focused on true love, though the modern movies like "Frozen" are far more nuanced in their approach than older examples like "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves." By the 1990s, the movies had moved in a more empowering direction, with feistier and sometimes nerdier princesses, though they still lacked agency: Ariel does not make the final move against Ursula, and Belle falls in love with her own captor, though things reached a new level with "Pocahontas" (1995) and "Mulan" (1998). The latest pivot point can be narrowed down to 2007's "Enchanted," which was a Disney-made skewering of all the sillier or more naive romantic tropes in the early movies.
What has remained consistent is that the songs are just brilliant, whether the work of Elton John, Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, or the more recent stylings of Bobby Lopez and Kristen Andersen-Lopez (with Alan Menken reigning throughout!). Very often, they tell us more than the characters even know they're saying, and often they have a highly intelligent perspective on love, even without the context of the movie. Of course, true love is real, and some real people have experienced love at first sight. Disney never sold a lie about those things; it just presented them in a specific way. That means whatever your personal romantic situation, there's a Disney song that probably encapsulates it pretty thoroughly. Let's find yours!