The soundtrack of my memories are Disney songs

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As a child, I remember singing Ariel’s “A Part of Your World” around my bedroom. As I swept the kitchen, I would sing Cinderella songs. Then as I got older, I started to sing “I just can’t wait to be king” and “Colors of the Wind.” There is something about a Disney song that takes me deep into my imagination, and I love it. 

Naturally I passed my love for Disney songs down to Lizzie. In fact, on long car rides we play a game. I will start singing a lyric and she will shout out what movie it is from. This girl has an amazing success rate!

This is a sponsored post from One2One Network and Walt Disney Records. All opinions are my own. Or should I say “the love I have for Disney music is my own because I’ve been feeding it since I was a child.” 

DisneyClassics-PackShotBeginning Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013, the box set will be available for pre-order on Amazon.com for $49.98. It will also be available for purchase in the Disney parks.  The official release day is Tuesday, November 12, 2013. At that time, the box set will be available for purchase wherever music is sold.

The box set includes 4 discs of 94 original recordings. A list of all songs has been provided with these posting details.

  • Disney Modern Classics
  • Disney Theme Park Classics
  • Disney Timeless Classics
  •  Disney Television Classics

You can find more information about this box set on the Disney Music website


We listened to all of these CDs and Lizzie’s favorites are the Timeless Classics and Modern Classics. Those albums have songs from Disney movies on them.  Since we have never visited a park, the Them Park classics don’t strike a bell with her.   

Now the Television classics is really fun for me!  It has television theme songs – like Mickey Mouse Club, Lizzie Macguire, and more! I had fun remembering my favorite TV shows. 

I love playing this music with Lizzie! Singing with her and dancing around our living room brings back so many wonderful childhood memories of doing the same thing in my bedroom.  

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Written by:: Annie

Annie Shultz has written 1926 post in this blog.

She is THE Mama Dweeb :) She created this blog back in 2009 and loves to inspire and connect with others through her writing. She also loves talking, dreaming, 90s pop and country music.

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Comments

  1. aimymichelle says

    i love the song from beauty and the best i don’t remember what the name is. but its the first song in the movie.

  2. Keara B. says

    First- this is an amazing prize pack! I’d be singing along to all of them. :) My favorite Disney song is probably “Part of Your World” from The Littler Mermaid.

  3. amanda says

    my favorite disney song and i will sing it every time it palys is supercalafragalisticexpialidocious. i dont know if the spelling is right but best song ever!

  4. Dorothy Teel says

    My favorite Disney song is It’s a Small World. Love that tune is very catchy and it is the one attraction that I go to when we go to Disneyland.

  5. Vera P. says

    Robin hood and little John walkin’ through the forest, Oodellay oodellay golly what a day!!!!! That’s one of my faves for sure.

  6. Jill Myrick says

    My favorite has always been “Spoonful of Sugar” from the movie “Mary Poppins”.

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  7. Casandra says

    I love so many Disney songs! I think “Under the Sea” and basically the whole Aladdin soundtrack are my favorites. Hard choice though!:)

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