Previous Songs of the Moment

This is just to list out the songs that were previously the Song of the Moment for Clear Black Lines. They're not available for download anymore, and please don't ask me for them because I've erased all the files.

Kiss the Girl
[ lyrics]
Samuel E. Wright
The Little Mermaid
I actually prefer this song compared to Sebastian's other number, simply because this one had better harmonies and I found it to be more fun.
Ev'rybody Wants to be a Cat
[ lyrics ]
The Alley Cats
Phil Harris, Scatman Crothers, Thurl Ravenscroft & co.
The Aristocats
Incredible swing number that just makes you want to stand up and shake your thing. Swing is so not dead.
Colonel Hathi's March
[ lyrics ]
Colonel Hathi's Troupe
J.Pat O'Malley & co.
The Jungle Book
I love all the songs on the soundtrack, including this one which tends to be overlooked. I like it maybe because it reminds me of my own days in a marching troupe.
[ lyrics ]
Jodi Benson
Thumbelina's theme song, which really pushes the capabilities of her voice. Go high, go sweet, and never look back.
A World of My Own
[ lyrics ]
Kathryn Beaumont
Alice in Wonderland
Rather sweet song that appealed to me because of its honesty in portraying youthful dreamy fantasy.
I'm Looking Out for Me
[ lyrics ]
Gilbert Gottfried
The Return of Jafar
Iago's character song, which I love simply because I love Iago. He's a wretched, wicked, deliciously cunning anti-hero.
On My Father's Wings
[ lyrics ]
Andrea Corr
Quest for Camelot
Kayley's theme song, which I overlooked at first because Garrett's song was way more awesome. But I've grown to love it, and not only because of it's great instrumentals.
It's Magic
[ lyrics ]
Brooke Allison
Cinderella II
A song that incorporates current sugar-dance-pop music with the classic Bibbidi-Bobbidi. I initially found it bizarre, but it's grown on me.
It Feel So Good to be Bad
[ lyrics ]
George Hearn
All Dogs Go to Heaven 2
Brilliant villain song. (I think so anyway.) The lyrics, the vocals, the onscreen evil gloating... It's animated movie villainy as it should be.
Perfect Isn't Easy
[ lyrics ]
Bette Midler
Oliver & Company
Wonderful semi-image quasi-comicrelief song that leans deliciously toward overblown melodrama... Just the way Georgette likes it.
As Long as There's Christmas Reprise
[ lyrics ]
Angelique Bernadette Peters &
Belle Paige O'Hara
Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas
A very soft and melancholy christmas song that perfectly harmonizes the lovely voices of Bernadette Peters and Paige O'Hara.
Girls of Rock 'n Roll
[ lyrics ]
The Chippettes & The Chipmunks Janice Karman & Ross Bagdasarian, Jr.
The Chipmunk Adventure
Of all the funky pop rock songs featured in the Chipmunks movie, this one is my fav. Party on, dudes and dudettes!
Let's Play Princess
[ lyrics ]
Ariel's Songs and Stories
Opening song for the Ariel's Songs and Stories video collection, and a simple but lovely little ditty it is, too.
Somewhere Out There
[ lyrics ]
Fievel & Tanya Phillip Glasser & Betsy Cathcart
An American Tail
Beautiful, wistful and hopeful; all wrapped up in a lovely package, featuring some voicebox-breaking vocals to boot.
The Cheshire Cat Rap
[ lyrics ]
The Cheshire Cat John Stocker
The Carebears in Wonderland
A surprisingly original take on Alice in Wonderland's Cheshire Cat comes with an equally original musical number. Which is a rap song. Rap. The Cheshire Cat. Rap. Huh.
After Today
[ lyrics ]
Max & Chorus Aaron Lohr & co.
A Goofy Movie
Underrated and decidedly upbeat opening number that paved way for the surprisingly good musical bits of the movie. I <3 Aaron Lohr. Hee.
Why Me
[ lyrics ]
Jonathan Freeman
An older draft of Jafar's villain song (which ended up becomingthe much shorter Prince Ali Reprise). Jonathan Freeman rocks.
Now and Forever
[ lyrics ]
The Pebble and the Penguin
Very awesome opening piece, reminiscent of the musical numbersof the golden-age of Hollywood. The final chorus crescendo gives me goosebumps.
Tale Spin Theme
[ lyrics ]
Tale Spin
Sunday matinee version of the extremely catchy Tale Spin opening theme, which is my second fav Disney series opening after Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers.
Circle of Life
[ lyrics ]
Disney Circle of Stars
The Lion King
New version of Circle of Life by the Disney Circle of Stars that was released alongside the Platinum version of The Lion King. Harmonising! w00t!
I'll Try
[ lyrics]
Jonatha Brooke
Peter Pan 2: Return to Neverland
Jane's heartbreaking character song, crooned to perfection by JonathaBrooke. Totally atypical of Disney, and not all that pop.
The Plagues
[ lyrics]
Moses Amick Byram, Ramses Ralph Fiennes, chorus
The Prince of Egypt
Powerful, awesome and with eerie background vocals, the strength of this song suits its place within an epic.
Jem Theme
[ lyrics ]
Jem and the Holograms
feat. The Misfits
The opening theme for that classic 80's cartoon starring a computer-enhanced gal with shocking pink hair. My real reason for following the show was for the music, as I'm a rock 'n roll gal at heart. Showtime Synergy!
Right Back Where We Started From
[ lyrics]
An Extremely Goofy Movie
Fun and catchy pop-orientated cover of the classic disco song, which just makes you want to stand up and shake your groove thing.
Warthog Rhapsody
[ lyrics]
Timon Nathan Lane & Pumbaa Ernie Sabella
The Lion King
Older version of Timon and Pumbaa's song, and was eventually replaced by Hakuna Matata. Still, this one does have its catchy bits.
Once Upon a December
[ lyrics]
Liz Callaway
A beautiful and haunting song that very effectively visualises Anya's scattered memories. My fav song in that movie, hands down.
Home is in Your Heart
[ lyrics ]
The Care Bears Movie
I think this is a sweet number (but not too sweet) with surprising harmonies. The topic: The Forest of Feelings, Care-A-Lot and Earth --> three homes that aren't quite as different as they seem.
Run Llama Run
The Emperor's New Groove
Incredibly fun instrumental swing number used in the crazy chase scene of The Emperor's New Groove. I just love swing.
Rescue Aid Society
[ lyrics ]
Bob Newhart, Eva Gabor, and co.
The Rescuers
The anthem of the Rescue Aid Society, which has some spiffy uninentional harmonies of the song and lets the different characters (especially Bernard and Miss Bianca) have their distinct styles.
Let's Make Music Together
[ lyrics ]
The Gator
Ken Page
All Dogs Go to Heaven
This musical interlude smack-dab in the middle of all the action in All Dogs to Heaven is made in the style of old Hollywood.
Little Patch of Heaven
[ lyrics ]
K. D. Lang
Home on the Range
This laid-back theme song from the fingers of Alan Menken gives me the warm fuzzies with its wonderful gentle charm.
Lesson Number One
[ lyrics ]
Lea Salonga
Mulan II
Mulan's theme song from the Disney sequel that has some surprisingly good harmonies.
Big and Loud
[ lyrics ]
Darla Dimple
Lindsay Ridgeway
Cats Don't Dance
A show-stopping villain number, the kind that Hollywood used to make. I love the glorious long note she manages to hit near the end.
In Harmony
[ lyrics ]
Jodi Benson
The Little Mermaid (series)
This is one of the best songs from the Little Mermaid television series; a song with a message and delivered with Jodi Benson's brand of perfect sweetness.
Let Me Be Your Wings
[ lyrics ]
Cornelius Gary Imhoff & Thumbelina Jodi Benson
This is a typical by-the-book love duet, but performed with the sincerity needed to make it work for the characters.
Batty Rap
[ lyrics ]
Batty Koda
Robin Williams
It's a rap song about animal testing... I don't think there'sanything else to be said.
Let Me Be Good to You
[ lyrics ]
Lady Mouse Performer
Melissa Manchester
The Great Mouse Detective
This is a sassy bar-room song the likes of which we'll never get from the family animation medium again.
Care Bears Theme
[ lyrics ]
Care Bears tv series
Another uber-catchy theme song from yesterday, this one belongs to the magical cloud-hopping Care Bears.
[ lyrics ]
Coco Lee
This alternate singles' version of Reflection was included in the soundtracks distributed in the Asian-Pacific region, and (in my opinion) is lighter and fresher than the heavy vocals of Christina's version.
It Is You (I Have Loved)
[ lyrics ]
Dana Glover
This is the surprisingly sweet romantic theme for an otherwise unconventional animated couple.
We Are One
[ lyrics ]
Simba Cam Clarke & Kiara Charity Sanoy
The Lion King II: Simba's Pride
A relaxing song with tribal-inspired background music in the vein of most Lion King songs, this one is bittersweet duet between father and daughter.
Forget About Love
[ lyrics ]
Iago Gilbert Gottfriend, Jasmine Liz Callaway & Aladdin Brad Kane
The Return of Jafar
Before Megara crooned her own solo number, Iago, Jasmine and Aladdin gave us this cheeky anti-love-song-which-is-really-a-love-song-in-disguise.
Real Gone
[ lyrics ]
Sheryl Crow
The friendly rock number that was featured in the opening of Pixar's Cars and set the tone for the rest of the film.
Great Spirits
[ lyrics ]
Tina Turner
Brother Bear
A dramatic movie opening (think Circle of Life) featuring the husky voice of rock goddess Tina Turner.
As Sun Turns to Moon
[ lyrics ]
Kala Merle Dandridge and Kerchak Shuler Hensley
Tarzan: The Broadway Musical
A lovely duet that shows the understated affection between the other couple of the show, Kala and Kerchak.
Shooting Star
[ lyrics ]
An inspiring ballad from the English band Boyzone, featured in the European releases of the Hercules soundtrack.
Boogie Wonderland
Gloria Brittany Murphy and co.
Happy Feet
Uber-catchy remake of the disco classic originally by Earth, Wind and Fire, given a unique toe-tapping touch.
Hakucho no Mizumi Theme
Swan Lake aka Hakucho no Mizumi
A beautiful instrumental theme with dramatic strings that was written for the 1978 anime adaptation of Swan Lake.
Searchin' For a Dream
[ lyrics ]
The Parachute Club
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
An easy-listening pop opening for the mostly forgotten anime tv series.
Christmas Day
[ lyrics ]
Margery Gray
Heidi's Song
A happy song where Heidi tries to cheer up her invalid grandfather with talk of Christmas celebration.
I Love Being a Turtle
Composer: Klaus Badelt
The bass-pounding and adrenaline-pumping theme of the CGI movie TMNT.
I Have the Power
[ lyrics ]
The Secret of the Sword
Synthesizer-friendly 80s pop. If you love the cheese that is She-Ra and He-Man, you'll love the cheese that is this song.
In the Kangaroo Pouch
[ lyrics ]
Barbara Frawley
Dot and the Kangaroo
The main theme of this Australian outback film is cheerful and bouncy.
What If
[ lyrics ]
Kate Winslet
Christmas Carol: The Movie
Actress Kate Winslet shows her off sweet singing voice in this, the theme from the movie in which she also acted as Scrooge's love interest.
The Rain Rain Rain Came Down Down Down
[ lyrics ]
Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day
A quietly adorable song (among various adorable Winnie the Pooh songs) that uses some amazing harmonies to create the vocal illusion of rain.
Heaven's Light/Hellfire
[ lyrics ]
Quasimodo Tom Hulce; Frollo Tony Jay
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
A mature and melodramatic exercise in musical duality, featuring two very different points-of-view of a certain husky-voiced gypsy.
Linus and Lucy
Vince Guaraldi Trio
A Boy Named Charlie Brown
This classic instrumental piece is part of animation history, featured in the original Charlie Brown cartoons and with distinctly identifiable piano movements.
Why Don't You Do Right?
[ lyrics ]
Jessica Rabbit
Amy Irving
Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
Jessica Rabbit recreates a classic song, sassing it up what was already a sassy song to begin with.
Save This Dance
[ lyrics ]
Megan Follows
The Nutcracker Prince
A sweet little song that uses the puts lyrics to the music of (a portion of) Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker suite.
Love is the Reason
[ lyrics ]
Irene Cara
Happily Ever After
Hey look, it's an eighties power ballad! The lovely Irene Cara takes centre stage in this pop number that grabbed my attention from the moment I heard the opening riffs.
Ordinary Miracles
[ lyrics ]
Julie Anthony
The Magic Riddle
This gentle ballad was used for close the fairytale mashup of The Magic Riddle, befitting the sweetness of the story.
He's a Tramp
[ lyrics ]
Peggy Lee
The Lady and the Tramp
The sure don't make 'em like they used to, and here's Peggy Lee showing off her honey vocals, with the classic canine harmonies accompanying her.
I Still Believe
[ lyrics ]
Hayden Panettiere
Cinderella III: A Twist in Time
A pretty and original pop ballad that was used in the end credits of the third Cinderella movie. Nice pipes, Hayden.
The Fight Song
[ lyrics ]
Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation
This is a high-spirited almost sport-anthemic number that I find really catchy and fun to sing along to.
We Go Together
[ lyrics ]
Little Big Town
The Fox and the Hound 2
A wonderful, upbeat country number that took me by surprise by its catchy wonderfulness.
Reach for the Light
[ lyrics ]
Steve Winwood
This ballad, featured in the film's end credits, starts out a little cold and haunting, then builds up to a warmth of a crescendo.
The Naked Mole Rap
[ lyrics ]
Ron Stoppable and Rufus
Will Friedle and Nancy Cartwright
Kim Possible
So dated but so much fun, here's a silly funky boogie rap song in the style of the characters that's ridiculously catchy.
Pocketful of Sunshine
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Natasha Bedingfield
How much do I love the vocals in this? A whole lot, because the song manages to be both update and haunting at the same, with lovely harmonies and surprising emotion from Ms. Bedingfield lighting the way.
The Last Unicorn
[ lyrics ]
The Last Unicorn

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