Which Disney songs have piano in them

Part of the reason Disney movies are so magical is because they have ah-mazing soundtracks. The House of Mouse produces songs that instantly stick with you and either make you clap and sing along ("Hakuna Matata," anyone?) or weep all the tears (*cough* "Baby Mine" *cough*).

We've included songs from classic Disney movies, as well as tunes from more recent films. Every fan has their list of favorite songs, which is totally fair, but let's be real, these are the best Disney songs of all-time (in no particular order).

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1"You Can Fly" (Peter Pan)

Get Tink! We're going flying!

2"Poor Unfortunate Souls" (The Little Mermaid)

4"A Whole New World" (Aladdin)

If there's such a thing as relationship goals, this is it!

5"How Far I'll Go" (Moana)

At this point, Moana is trying to deal with the fact that she's not allowed to explore the ocean. Her father doesn't think it's safe, and well, you know how the story goes. The great thing about this song is that it encourages people to listen to that little voice inside. It's hard but we all should do it.

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6"You're Welcome" (Moana)

When fans first meet the demigod, Maui, who is voiced by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, he's really into himself. In fact, he performs an entire musical number to brag about his accomplishments and all he's done for the human race. You have to admit, though, it's really catchy!

7"Colors of the Wind" (Pocahontas)

Pocahontas knows what's up. That is all.

8"Un Poco Loco" (Coco)

Whether you speak English, Spanish, or a bit of both (Spanglish), you can enjoy this super playful rendition of "Un Poco Loco" by Miguel from Coco.

9"Remember Me" (Coco)

If you weren't crying by the time this song came around, there is something seriously wrong. This was, without a doubt, the most beautiful and emotional rendition in the entire movie. Pass the tissues, please.

10"Reflection" (Mulan)

Trying to figure who are you in this crazy world is not an easy task, especially when you have ridiculous standards and expectations to live up to. But no worries; we all figure it out someway or another. And if you're looking for some inspo, just turn to Mulan and this heartfelt track.

11"I'll Make a Man Out of You" (Mulan)

If you don't know every word to this Disney hit song, can you even call yourself a Disney fan?! Mulan (once known as Ping) proved once and for all a woman can do anything a man can do, and sometimes even better! Watching her finally reach the arrow is truly the most exhilarating thing ever.

13"I Just Can't Wait to Be King" (The Lion King)

Like Zazu said, young Simba still had plenty to learn from his father and the other animals in the kingdom before he could be king. But still, you have to admire his ambition.

14"Hakuna Matata" (The Lion King)

"It means no worries for the rest of your days, it's our problem-free philosophy, Hakuna Matata!" You can't help but sing along when this one comes on.

15"Dig a Little Deeper" (The Princess and the Frog)

If you haven't watched The Princess and the Frog yet, you need to get on that because Mama Odie is the best.

17"Part of Your World" (The Little Mermaid)

We always want we can't have. Right, Ariel?

18"The Siamese Cat Song" (Lady and the Tramp)

Those Siamese cats were sneaky!

19"Belle" (Beauty and the Beast)

Belle is so misunderstood in her little town, but that doesn't stop her from reading books and singing this catchy tune.

20"Be Our Guest" (Beauty and the Beast)

When it comes to hosting, no one can touch the staff at the beast's castle. Whether you watched the animated movie or the live-action adaptation, we all can agree Lumiere, Cogsworth, Mrs. Potts, and the rest of the crew make the best dinners.

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21"Beauty and the Beast" (Beauty and the Beast)

The Disney movie soundtracks are known as classics, but every once in a while, you have to switch things up and create something new. If you haven't already, definitely check out John Legend and Ariana Grande's rendition of "Beauty and the Beast."

22"Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride" (Lilo & Stitch)

"Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride" is such a feel-good song from Disney's Lilo & Stitch. If you still haven't mastered the lyrics, no worries. This sing-along video has got you covered.

23"Let It Go" (Frozen)

Sometimes, you just have to take a note from Elsa and let things go.

24"In Summer" (Frozen)

In Frozen, Olaf is cute, funny, and absolutely clueless about the consequences of putting snow under direct sunlight. That being said, let's be grateful he made it out of this musical performance alive.

26"The Bare Necessities" (The Jungle Book)

The next time you're stressed out about school, relationships, or just life in general, give this song a listen.

27"Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo" (Cinderella)

Ok, so this one isn't a full song. It's more of a spell with rhythm, but it deserves to be on this list because thanks to her Fairy Godmother, Cinderella made it to the ball and met her prince. Case closed.

28"You'll Be In My Heart" (Tarzan)

This one really tugs at the heartstrings.

30"Best of Friends" (The Fox and the Hound)

Arguably one of Disney's most heartbreaking movies (but the book it's based on is even worse), The Fox and the Hound starts out happy-go-lucky, which is personified in this song. Text your best friend right now and let them know you care.

31"Goodbye, So Soon" (The Great Mouse Detective)

OK, this is one of the most underrated Disney movies ever, and this song is perfect for when you're cutting out toxic people from your life. (It's also the song that plays when the villain, Ratigan, thinks he's about to murder Basil of Baker Street and Dr. Dawson, which makes for a pretty comically dark moment.)

32"Oo-De-Lally" (Robin Hood)

If this song doesn't immediately get stuck in your head, are you actually human?

33"Go the Distance" (Hercules)

This is the perfect song to blast when you're in need of a pick-me-up after life's got you down.

34"Stand Out" (A Goofy Movie)

An instant classic. Seriously, this song still slaps.

35"Eye to Eye" (A Goofy Movie)

And THIS song also still slaps. Powerline forever.

36"Why Should I Worry?" (Oliver & Company)

This tune from the forgotten Oliver & Company is a great jam to listen to when you just can't even anymore.

Stacey GrantSnapchat EditorStacey Grant is the Seventeen Snapchat Editor who also covers entertainment topics specializing in nostalgia, such as classic '90s and '00s Disney Channel and Nickelodeon content.