Can You Complete These Disney Songs?

By: Lauren Lubas
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6 min
Can You Complete These Disney Songs?
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About This Quiz

Since "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was released in 1938, people have had Disney songs digging into their heads like the little earworms they are. However, the thing about Disney songs is that they aren't just catchy; they tell stories, narrate what's happening on screen, tell us how the heroes (and villains) are feeling about their lives and give us a sense that we are involved in the story ... After all, the songs are being sung to us (or various animals). 

Growing up, it was nearly impossible not to know each of these songs by heart (or some variation based on the fact that you didn't have the lyrics to hand). We all know that Simba "just can't wait to be king" right before he runs away from his pride. We know that both Belle and Ariel really hate being suppressed and oppressed. And, of course, we know that all Disney princesses want to marry who they want to marry. We get this more from the songs than the actual dialog in most of these movies, because these songs are designed to advance the plot and develop the characters. 

You know these songs. You grew up with them. Now it's time to test your skills to see just how ingrained they are in your brain. Take this quiz to see if you can complete these Disney songs.

Let's start off with something simple. "Try the grey stuff. It's delicious! Don't believe me? __________" Can you fill in the blank?
"Ask the dishes"
"Beauty and the Beast" was yet another film about a girl who wanted more out of life than just the stereotypes she was stuck in. "Be Our Guest" was an award-winning song that introduced the magic of the castle she was in.
"It grants wishes"
"You're so viscous"
"I'm your wishes"

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This is a partner pick-me-up song from Disney. Can you tell us the next lyrics? "The seaweed is always greener _____"
"On the other side of the lake"
"With everything at stake"
"In somebody else's lake"
Sebastian is a Disney animal sidekick to Ariel. The lobster follows the girl around to keep her in place ... her personal Jiminy Cricket. He sings this song for her to show her what she has. She, of course, simply leaves while he's playing.
"In other states"

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Can you finish these lyrics to "A Whole New World" from "Aladdin" (1992)? "I can open your eyes. Take you wonder by wonder. Over ______"
"Fix all of your hunger"
"The moon and back again"
"Sideways and under"
"Aladdin" (1992) was all about a boy who could come up from nothing ... so long as he had the power of true love, and he got that when he met Princess Jasmine on the streets. Jasmine was another princess who just wanted more.
"Looping and wonder"

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Do you know the lyrics to this song about a cruel woman? "Cruella De Vil ... Cruella De Vil ... If she doesn't scare you ______"
"You have a big will"
"Your name is Will"
"No evil thing will"
If you watched "101 Dalmations" (1961) when you were a kid, you know that Cruella De Vil is one of the scariest Disney villains around. It could be due to the fact that she wants to make a coat out of puppies ... Is there another Disney villain so heartless?
"Nobody will"

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Disney has a lot of animated features that are about animals. Can you finish the lyrics to this song about being a cat? "Everybody wants to be a cat, because a cat's the only one who ________"
"Can wear a hat"
"Wishes for rats"
"Knows where it's at"
"The Aristocats" was first released in 1970, and (like many Disney animated features) it still holds up today. The premise of the movie is that a rich woman leaves her cat her entire inheritance, so it's totally relatable.
"Isn't a dog"

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What does the sea do to Moana in these lyrics? "See the line where the sky meets the sea, ____"
"It calls me"
When we say that Moana wants more, we mean it. She sings about it frequently, though her songs include a little bit of remorse for wanting more than her father allows her. Luckily, in the end, he comes to his senses.
"It's blinding"
"It's blue"
"It's sparkly"

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Can you finish these lyrics from the villain in "Moana" (2016)? "I need three words to tear her argument apart ... ___________"
"You aren't smart"
"You're under water"
"Your granny lied"
Tomato wasn't always as glam as he was in the movie. Maybe Disney might find it in their hearts to give him a little backstory in a prequel? (We should start that rumor so it becomes a real thing!)
"You aren't bright"

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Do you know the lyrics to this classic Disney song from 1950? "A dream is a wish your heart makes, when _______"
"You know the stakes"
"You're fast asleep"
"A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes" is one of the many memorable songs from Disney's "Cinderella" (1950). This song taught young girls that you always have your dreams, even if your current life situation isn't the greatest.
"You make mistakes"
"You have what it takes"

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In 2017, this bilingual song stole our hearts. What are the lyrics? "What color is the sky? Ay, mi amor! Ay, mi amor! You tell me that it's ____"
"Red"
"Coco" (2017) struck audiences by following Miguel, a young music-loving boy who lives in a household where music is forbidden. Despite the fact that Disney is a children's production company, "Coco" proved that they can still make us weep when we're all grown up.
"Blue"
"Green"
"Gray"

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"He's a tramp, but they _____." What are the next lyrics?
"Love him"
"Lady and the Tramp" (1955) is another Disney animated feature that focuses on animals. "He's a Tramp" is a song about the exploits of one of the characters in the film. Everyone knows he's the bad boy, but everyone wants him.
"Feed him"
"Care about him"
"Understand him"

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Can you finish these lyrics from a song in "Coco" (2017)? "Our love for each other will live on forever, in every beat of my ________"
"Heart"
"Step that I take"
"Angry heart"
"Proud corazon"
As we know, "Coco" (2017) is one of Disney's best bilingual movies, and the songs in it are beautifully written. "Proud Corazon" literally means "proud heart," and it's a powerful song about love and family.

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"Listen to your mother, it's a _______ world out there" Can you fill in the blank for this villain song from "Tangled" (2010)?
"Ugly"
"Happy"
"Nice"
"Scary"
Although we never want our parents to be the villain, in "Tangled" (2010) the woman that Rapunzel thinks is her mom is probably the most self-serving Disney villain of all time, because she simply wants Rapunzel to live a terrible life for her own benefit.

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What are the next lyrics to this song heard on "Lilo & Stitch" (2002)? "There's no place I'd rather be __________"
"Than on a surfboard out at sea"
"Lilo & Stitch" (2002) brought a new family dynamic to Disney animated features. An older sister raising a young girl after their parents passed away ... and she isn't perfect. Times are tough when you're doing it on your own, but this family sticks together.
"Than in the great Hawaii"
"Than here with you"
"Ohana ... Ohana"

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This is a very dark villain song. Can you tell us the next lyrics? "So prepare for the chance _______"
"Of a lifetime"
Scar was an excellent Disney villain. "The Lion King" (1994) shocked audiences with its epic story line (which, of course, is basically "Hamlet"), and Scar (the main character's uncle) has a thirst for power and will do anything to take control of the pride.
"To be king"
"To have it all"
"Of it all"

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This song is sung by another princess who wants more than what she has. Can you finish these lyrics? "Look at this stuff, isn't it neat? Wouldn't ya think _____"
"I should get some feet?"
"My collection's complete?"
"Wouldn't ya think I'm a girl, a girl who has everything?" ... Well, wouldn't you? Unfortunately, Ariel wants more than a perfect voice, a perfect bod (well, for a mermaid) and a king for a father. Who could blame her after seeing someone with legs?
"I have everything?"
"I'm a little sneak?"

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Do you remember the next line sung by Winnie the Pooh? "I'm so rumbly in my tumbly, time to _______"
"Eat some honey"
"Munch an early luncheon"
Winnie the Pooh is the perfect character. He's always positive, always hungry and always ready to see his friends. "The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh" (1977) gives us some of the greatest songs sung by the lovable bear.
"Crunch a bunch of munchies"
"Eat a lot of food"

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Here's an earworm for you. Can you finish this line? "Let's go fly a kite, ______"
"With my friends and me"
"In the park today"
"Up where the air is clear"
"Up to the highest height"
"Mary Poppins" (1964) was full of excellent and memorable songs. However, while you may know some of the lyrics to "Let's Go Fly a Kite," you may not remember that it was a part of this specific movie.

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This is one of the most popular "Mary Poppins" (1964) songs. Do you know the next lyrics? "A spoonful of sugar helps ______"
"The medicine go down"
... "In the most delightful way!" ... OK, we needed to hear the rest of it as much as you did. This song is catchy and sends a great message to look for positive things to make terrible things feel a little better. (We don't recommend actually eating sugar when you take medicine, though.)
"Make work fun"
"Clean up the towers"
"Me get through the day"

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What are the lyrics to this song from "Moana" (2016)? "I wish I could be the perfect daughter, but ________"
"I come back to the water"
"Moana" (2016) follows suit with the Disney princesses wanting more out of their lives. Of course, Moana would tell you that she isn't a princess ... She's the daughter of the chief!
"I hate being a daughter"
"I love the water"
"I have a weird father"

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"Monsters, Inc." (2001) gave us stunning visuals and a few great songs. Can you finish this line? "If I were a rich man, with _____"
"A big dog like you"
"A million or two"
"Monsters, Inc." (2001) could be viewed as a warning for the energy crisis. Not only do these monsters work to scare children, the fear of the children powers a whole new world. However, we soon learn that laughter produces more energy ... Maybe this movie is trying to tell us something.
"A porch swing too"
"A great big view"

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Can you finish the lyrics? "Together, you'll see, we'll always be _______"
"Under the sea"
"With a bee"
"Good company"
"Good Company" is a song from "Oliver & Company" (1988), and although it's sung a little off-key by a child, it's still a memorable song about the relationship between a girl and her cat.
"In the sky"

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Here's a nonsensical song from "Cinderella" (1950). What are the lyrics? "Put 'em together and what have you got? ________"
"Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo"
Of all of the songs with nonsense words, "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" is probably the most memorable (next to that other one from "Mary Poppins"). Disney always had a way of making witchcraft less scary (for the most part).
"Something so hot"
"Ripples ... a lot"
"Oh so much time"

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"Think of the happiest things, it's the same as having ______" Do you know the last word?
"Wings"
"Peter Pan" (1953) showed children that their imagination would last as long as they allowed it to. You may have to grow up physically, but you can always be young at heart, as long as you have an imagination.
"Flings"
"Sings"
"Diamonds"

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Are you able to fill in the blank for this Disney-villain song? "A special offer for today, I'll tell you what I'll do, all those who __________, will get a free tattoo."
"Sign without delay"
Captain Hook was the villain from "Peter Pan" (1953). Having an adult as the villain with child heroes is not new for Disney, but when that villain wants to murder the young hero, things might get a little weird.
"Who are here today"
"Who decide to stay"
"Who are my friends"

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Where is Pocahontas going in this song? "Just around the ______"
"Riverbend"
"Pocahontas" (1995) had a lot of beautiful songs that were accompanied by even more beautiful visuals. The movie wasn't entirely accurate historically, and it did try to force a love story onto a real event in American history.
"Shore"
"Corner"
"Earth"

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Tigger from the "Winnie the Pooh" franchise sings this song. "The most wonderful thing about Tiggers, is Tiggers are wonderful things." Do you know the next line?
"Their tops are made of rubber, their bottoms are made out of springs"
Tigger is a rambunctious tiger-like character that's full of energy. He's one of Winnie the Pooh's closest friends, and he's always around to help his friends ... or at least try to help.
"And you should know all things things"
"They're bouncy, trouncy, flouncy, pouncy"
"Tiggers are cuddly fellas"

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The villains in "Pocahontas" (1996) were pretty terrible. Can you finish this song they sung? "Drive them from our shore, they're not _______"
"Going to see"
"Going to be here anymore"
"Like you or me"
The lyrics to this song might be a little bit of a shock to you, but they are the actual lyrics. If you loved the movie "Pocahontas" growing up, you should consider watching it again and playing close attention to the lyrics of the songs.
"Standing here to see"

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Two cats sing this song. Can you finish the lyrics? "We are Siamese if you please. We are Siamese _______"
"If you don't please"
There are a few different characters in "Lady and the Tramp" (1955) that might be considered "villains," but these two cats are the most scandalous of all. They're mean for the sake of being mean, and they hurt children, which makes them the worst.
"If you please"
"And we like cheese"
"And we love the breeze"

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"Can't you see me on the stage performing _______" Do you know the last word in this line?
"A play?"
"Mozart?"
"I've Got a Dream" is a song about wanting more, but it isn't the princess singing it in "Tangled" (2010). This song shows us that even if you think someone is bad, they have more on the inside than you might give them credit for.
"A dance?"
"For everyone to see?"

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What is the next line of this inspirational Disney song? "I won't give up, no, I won't give in, till I reach the end, then _________"
"I'll start again"
"Zootopia" (2016) isn't just a movie about a bunny; it hints at topics that no one wants to talk about including gender, race and social structure. The movie really helps you understand why so many stereotypes are not right.
"I'll take a nap"
"I'll give in"
"I'll find my way"

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What do Timon and Pumbaa like to sing? "Hakuna _______"
"Gasp"
"Matata"
"It means so worries," and if you think that this song isn't catchy, we doubt you've ever had an earworm. If you've seen "The Lion King" (1994), you know that this song was meant to cheer up their new friend and show him what a positive life can give you.
"Run"
"Get scared"

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Do you know the next line of this song from "A Goofy Movie" (1995)? "Still, whatever mess I land in, who is always understandin'? ____"
"Nobody else but you"
"A Goofy Movie" (1995) might have some cheesy '90s overtones, but the songs were really fresh for their time. The movie is, after all, about a teenager who is growing out of being his dad's best friend.
"All my friends"
"The guy who goes campin'"
"A big fat wagon"

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Do you think you can finish this song from "Fun and Fancy Free" (1947)? "In my favorite dream, everything is __________"
"Such a dream"
"So serene"
"So delightful"
While it doesn't seem like "Fun and Fancy Free" is over 60 years old, Disney had a way of making his animations look timeless, and this movie is no exception. The score, lyrics and visuals in this movie were way ahead of their time.
"Under the sea"

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Can you tell us the next line for this song? "What has two thumbs and pulled up the sky ______"
"When you wanted a Barbie?"
"When you ran away from home?"
"When you were down below?"
"When you were waddling yay high?"
Maui is a demigod who gave everything to man. He gave them fire, trees, grass and even the sky (as noted in this song). "Your Welcome" is a song that gives a lot of character development in a short amount of time.

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What is the end of this line from a song about Emperor Kuzco? "He's the sovereign of the nation, he's the hippest cat in creation, he's the alpha, the omega, ___________"
"The big kahuna"
"For everybody"
"A to Z"
"The Emporer's New Groove" (2000) was an adventure in which our hero starts off as a villain. It's an interesting twist on Disney's male main characters and a fun new look at villains.
"Under me"

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