Which Disney character sang this song?


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Do you remember these famous Disney lyrics that have stood the test of time? In this quiz, we're going to test what you remember about these iconic cartoon crooners, and by the end, you'll be a part of their world! So put on your mouse ears and prepare to sing along!

"A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, in the most delightful way."

These are some of the most iconic Disney lyrics of all time! Who can forget that lovable governess?

"You can own the Earth and still all you’ll earn is earth until you can paint with all the colors of the wind."

Such deep words from the Indian Princess! And very true.

"Certain as the sun rising in the east, tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme, beauty and the beast."

The lovable Mrs. Potts sings this song, splendidly done by Angela Lansbury.

"You ain’t never had a friend like me!"

Truly, Aladdin never had a friend quite like the Genie! Robin Williams did a fine job voicing the role.

"So prepare for a chance of a lifetime! Be prepared for sensational news! A shining new era is tiptoeing nearer."

This is pure Scar from the Lion King. So spooky!

"Hakuna Matata! What a wonderful phrase"

Timon sings this wonderful song with Pumba. This was a hard question!

"Wandering free, wish I could be, part of your world!"

That little mermaid was just dying to be a part of the human world! She eventually got her wish.

"No matter how your heart is grieving, if you keep on believing, the dream that you wish will come true."

Cinderella sings these famous and profound words. Put them on your fridge!

"So this is love, so this is what makes life divine."

Such romantic words, from one of Disney's most romantic stories!

"True, that he’s no Prince Charming, but there’s something in him that I simply didn’t see."

Truly, Belle saw something in the Beast that no one else could see.

"You love me at once, the way you did once upon a dream."

Princess Aurora in Sleeping Beauty sings this phrase. She found her prince charming! Yay!

"Some day my prince will come. Some day we'll meet again. And away to his castle we'll go to be happy forever I know."

I hope you got this right. Although, perhaps Grumpy found his prince as well. . .

"So to spend a life of endless bliss. Just find who you love through true love's kiss."

Giselle, played by Amy Adams, sings this in Enchanted.

"It don't take a word, not a single word. Go on and kiss the girl."

The lovable bird Sebastian offers words of encouragement in The Little Mermaid.

"Love is a song that never ends."

Bambi sings these lovely words, right before everything gets seriously sad.

"But when I'm way up here, it's crystal clear. That now I'm in a whole new world with you."

She sings it upon a flying carpet! So romantic, up high like that.

"The water’s always changing, always flowing But people, I guess, can’t live like that."

She's perhaps one of the most profound characters in Disney lore. Although her story has been embellished. . .

"Let it go, let it go%0DYou’ll never see me cry%0DHere I stand%0DAnd here I’ll stay.”

Famous lyrics by Elsa from Frozen. Ask any kid about this one. They'll know.

“Now I’m here, suddenly I see%0DStanding here, it’s all so clear"

Rapunzel is standing at a very high height, and it all becomes so clear ... It always happens that way.

“Look for the bare necessities%0DThe simple bare necessities%0DForget about your worries and your strife"

That delightful bear in the Jungle Book speaks words of truth!

“Trials and tribulations%0DI’ve had my share%0DBut there ain’t nothing gonna stop me now%0DCause I’m almost there"

Tiana sings these inspiring lyrics from the Prince and the Frog. We're all almost there. . .

"Don’t let your heart be filled with sorrow%0DFor all you know tomorrow%0DThe dream that you wish will come true."”

How did Cinderella get all the best lyrics? Here's another inspiring one.

"I’m closer to what I’m meant to be%0DIf I try I know that I can get there%0DI’m not gonna stop cause I believe%0DThat there’s so much more to me.”

Tinker Bell sings this in Peter Pan. Grumpy definitely didn't sing this.

“It's funny how some distance makes everything seem small and the fears that once controlled me can't get to me at all."

Elsa strikes again with these amazing lyrics! Little girls, take note.

“Tell me Princess now when did you last let your heart decide."

Aladdin has a way with words. And with stealing.

“There's more to see than can ever be seen, more to do than can ever be done. There's far too much to take in here more to find than can ever be found."

Rafiki sings these power words in The Lion King. It's a show-stopper!

“And if he feels the love tonight in the way I do, it's enough for this restless wanderer just to be with you."

This famous number was intended for Nala and Simba, but in the end it was an off-screen voice that sang it.

"I wanna be where the people are."

Arial sings these famous words. Not a lot of people at the bottom of the sea.

"If you're stressed it's fine dining we suggest."

Be our guest! A fine meal fixes everything.

"See the light where the sky meets the sea. It calls me. No one knows how far it goes"

Moana sings these remarkable lyrics whilst her heart is filled with the sea. Poetic.

"I can lead with pride, I can make us strong, I'll be satisfied if I play along"

That was a hard one! If you got that right, give yourself a pat on the back.

"I don't know if You can hear me%0DOr if You're even there%0DI don't know if You would listen%0DTo a gypsy's prayer"

Esmerelda is a gypsy, and in this song she sings for the outcasts of the world.

"I will find my way%0DI can go the distance%0DI'll be there someday%0DIf I can be strong"

Hercules sings this inspiring song about going the distance. It's like a Nike ad.

"I'm late!%0DI'm late!%0DFor a very important date!%0DNo time to say "hello", "goodbye"!%0DI'm late!%0DI'm late!%0DI'm late!"

The White Rabbit is always late! Who can forget him, with that clock tied to his pants?

"Sala-gadoola-menchicka-boo-la Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo"

This famous patter comes from the most famous godmother of them all! She's magical during this song. . .

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