The Top 10 Greatest Disney Cover Songs

They're the songs that run over the sentimental credits, the uniquely '90s R&B that played as your parents reminded you to be kind and rewind. Or the Disney Channel classics of the early 2000s. Disney covers are almost as recognizable as the tunes sung by the princesses and talking animals themselves.

A new compilation of Disney covers titled We Love Disney is set to drop in October, but before any new contenders enter the mix, let's look at some of the best Disney covers to date, from the swoony duets to the world's greatest karaoke session.
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10. "When You Wish Upon a Star" from Pinocchio by *N Sync

They totally would have taken home at least second place at the college A Cappella competition.
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9. "Kiss the Girl" from The Little Mermaid by Colbie Caillat

The only person who could make the song smoother than Sebastian, and without the help of turtle percussion.
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8. "One Man Disney Movie" from All the Disney Movies by Nick Pitera

So this one isn't an official Disney production, but Pitera is an employee of Pixar and he has become the kind of go-to Disney guy on YouTube, so it fits. Plus, his harmonizing powers are incredible.
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7. "Once Upon a Dream" from Maleficent / Sleeping Beauty by Lana Del Rey

Like Lana Del Rey in general, there's no sitting on the fence about this song. Either you watched Maleficent with your little cousins and was like, this song would be so much better if they switched the pace and key to make it a solid soundtrack for an anti-drug PSA, or you've been trying to shake the unpleasant chills it gave you since last spring.
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6. "I Put a Spell on You" from Hocus Pocus by Bette Midler

See what I did there? It's a cover in a Disney movie. But Bette Midler and her crazy eyes and intense flapper lipstick lines deserve to be on as many round-ups as possible.
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5. "Tale as Old as Time" from Beauty and the Beast by Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson

Six years before Dion recorded the quintessential selfless death love-ballad, she covered a slow jam about Stockholm syndrome. Whichever gives you more warm and fuzzies, this one is definitely easier to dance to at a wedding.
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4. "Do You Want to Build a Snowman" from Frozen by Disney Channel Circle of Stars

They're just ... so ... cute! And without the help of animated giant eyes or anything. It's pure true '90s kid loyalty that sets this Circle of Stars 2.0 beneath the important work of the first generation.
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3. "Circle of Life" from The Lion King by Disney Channel Circle of Stars

Is there too much synth and forced shoulder shaking? Yes. Does it make you want to dig out your bucket hat and glittery jeans and dance in your parent's rec room? Also, yes.
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2. "Let it Go" from Frozen by Demi Lovato

Solid power ballad. I mean, the poor girl had to follow Idina Menzel. A three time Tony nominee Lovato is not, but this is a refreshing change of pace from your little niece's rendition.
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1. "Reflection" from Mulan by Christina Aguilera

With just a little tweaking of the lyrics this classic goes from a song about a very specific identity crisis, to the personal soundtrack of every early 2000s pre-teen. And Aguilera's beautiful vocals stand the test of time.
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