Do Kids Know Disney Songs? #2 (React: Do They Know It?)


– I feel like it’s from
the dogs with the spaghetti. – I know it! I know it!
Okay, okay, okay. ♪ (upbeat intro) ♪ – (FBE) Today, we’re gonna put your Disney song knowledge
to the test. – Ahh, I’ve done these!
They’re fun. – Oh no. (chuckles)
I’m okay with Disney. I’m not the best.
But I think I’ll know a few. I’m not gonna do terrible. – I’m not really any more
of a Disney movie person. – I’m very excited
as you can see on my face. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ I know it’s true ♪
♪ That visions are seldom… ♪ – I think I know what it is,
but I’m not completely sure. – ♪ You’ll love me… ♪ – I feel like it’s Betty Boop,
but it’s not. – ♪ …upon a dream ♪ – I’m trying to think of a character
that would sing this. – (FBE) Do you know it?
– I don’t think I do, but it might be from “Cinderella”?
– “Cinderella.” – The title’s “Once Upon a Dream,”
but I do not know what it is from. – I don’t know what song
the movie is from, but I’m gonna guess the title
is “Once Upon a Dream.” – “Once Upon a Dream”
from “Sleeping Beauty.” – “Once Upon a Dream,” ah, “Sleeping Beauty.” Ahhh! – (FBE) So, this is
“Once Upon a Dream” from “Sleeping Beauty.”
– Ohh, “Sleeping Beauty”! – YES! I know my movies! ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Once you’re watching
every move that I make ♪ ♪ You gotta believe
that I got what it takes ♪ ♪ To stand out ♪
– No. (chuckles) I don’t know it. – ♪ Even if I gotta shout out loud ♪
♪ Tonight is the only… ♪ – Huh.
– ♪ Gonna stand out ♪ ♪ So you notice me ♪
– Yeah, I don’t know this one. – (FBE) You know what this one’s from?
– I have no clue. – I think it’s “Stand Out.”
I don’t know what movie it’s from. – “Stand Up” from “Aladdin.” – Title, “Stand Out.”
Move, the genie guy. The guy with the genie?
– “Stand Out.” (gasps) I watched this
in the El Capitan. Is it “The Goofy Movie”? – The song was “Stand Out”
from “A Goofy Movie.” – (FBE) This is called “Stand Out,”
and it’s from “A Goofy Movie.” – I’ve never seen that. (laughs) – It wasn’t your typical Disney song,
but I liked it. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Hockety pockety wockety wack ♪
♪ Abracabra dabra nack ♪ ♪ Shrink in size very small ♪
– What? – ♪ We’ve got to save
enough room for all ♪ ♪ Higitus Figitus migitus mum ♪ – I’m thinking.
– ♪ Pres-ti-dig-i-ton-i-um! ♪ ♪ Ali-i-ca-fez bal-a-ca-zez ♪
♪ Malacamez meripides ♪ ♪ Hockety pockety wockety waa! ♪
– I am not doing good with my Disney songs today. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– I have no idea. – I don’t know. Maybe this is
from “Pinocchio” or something? – It sounded like a bunch
of gibberish! it’s like a-slurpity-boop
ba-doop ba-doo. – I don’t know. I heard plates.
And what movie involves plates? The dogs with spaghetti? – I’m gonna say
“The Princess and the Frog.” – It sounds a little bit
like “Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo.” – Hockety pocket rockety da…
“The Tigger Movie”? – (FBE) So, this is called
“Higitus Figitus,” and it’s from “Sword in the Stone.”
– Oh, I’ve never seen that, so I wouldn’t know.
– (FBE) “Sword in the Stone” is the story of King Arthur.
He pulls a famous sword from a stone and becomes king of all England
when he’s only 12 years old. – That’s weird.
– He just pulls a sword out of a stone and supposedly everybody says,
“You’re the new king”… – (FBE) Correct.
– …at 12 years old? ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Reminiscin’ this and that ♪
♪ And having such a good time ♪ ♪ Oo-de-lally, oo-de-lally ♪
♪ Golly, what a day ♪ – (laughs) – ♪ Never ever thinkin’
there was danger in the water ♪ ♪ They were drinkin’ ♪
– (sighs) – ♪ Never dreamin’
that a schemin’ sheriff and his posse was a-watching them
and gathering around ♪ ♪ Robin Hood and Little John
running through forest ♪ ♪ Jumpin’ fences, dodgin’ trees… ♪
– Okay, I know what movie this is from. – I don’t think I recognize it. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– Is it “The Little Mermaid”? – I know what movie it’s from,
“Robin Hood.” – I’m guessing the song
is from the movie, “Robin Hood.” – Have no clue what the title is,
but here’s a guess. Movie is “Robin Hood”?
– “Reminiscence” from “Robin Hood”? – The song, “Running Through
the Forest and Dropping a Fish.” The movie, “Robin Hood.” – (FBE) It’s from “Robin Hood,”
and this one is called “Oo-De-Lally.” – No, I wouldn’t have
guessed that. (laughs) – (FBE) So, “Oo-De-Lally” is actually
a term that was popularized in the 1950s,
and it means “Yay!” or “Yippee!” – He didn’t even say it
in an enthusiastic voice. It was (flatly) “oo-de-lally.”
(chuckles) – Oo-de-lally!
– Oo-de-lally! – Oo-de-lally!
– Oo-de-lally? – Oo-de-lally! – (all) Oo-de-lally! ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ When you’re the best of friends ♪ ♪ Having so much fun together ♪ ♪ You’re not even aware ♪
– I’m horrible at this. – ♪ You’re the best of friends ♪
– Why do I feel like this is from “Toy Story”? – ♪ You could clown around forever ♪
♪ Neither one of you sees your natural boundaries ♪
– Okay, I hear dogs. Oh my gosh.
I better not mess this up. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– No. – I don’t know. (chuckles)
– No, I don’t know it. – “101 Dalmatians”? – I think the title
is “Best of Friends,” but I haven’t seen the movie.
– I don’t really know what movie the song is from,
but I’m gonna guess that the title of the song
is “Best Friends”? – “The Jungle Book”?
– (FBE) Aww, so close! – “The Lion King.”
– (FBE) No. – “Dumbo.”
– (FBE) No. – I don’t know.
– (FBE) It’s called “Best of Friends,” and it’s from the movie,
“The Fox and the Hound.” – Ah. I got the first one right,
and then I just went downhill. – (FBE) “Fox and the Hound”
is the story of two best friends who grew up together, only to find out
that they were natural-born enemies. What do you think about that?
– I’d like it. You should be friends with everyone
even if you’re not supposed to. – Even if you’re black
or even if you’re white, you should be friends.
I mean, everybody’s equal. We’re all human beings! – I think that’s honestly
perfectly fine. You can be friends
with whoever you want. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ All my life I wonder
how it feels to pass a day ♪ ♪ Not above them ♪
♪ But part of them ♪ – Okay, he talked
about being above them. – ♪ And out there living in… ♪
– So… – ♪ …the sun ♪
♪ Give me one day out there ♪ ♪ All I ask is one ♪
♪ To hold forever ♪ – Not a clue. Oh my goodness. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– I don’t know. – I think it’s
from the movie “Aladdin.” – “Hercules,”
“Above Them All” or something? – Is it from “Hercules”? – Title, “Living in the Sun.”
Movie, “Beauty and the Beast.” – “Out There.”
What is it? The hunchback man.
“The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” – (FBE) This one is actually
called “Out There,” and it’s from
“The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” – Oh! I’ve seen that!
How did I know not know that? I love that movie. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ He’s a tramp ♪
♪ They adore him ♪ ♪ And I only… ♪
– It has to be something, like, maybe “101 Dalmatians.” – (dog barking) – I know it! I know it!
Okay, okay, okay, okay, okay. – ♪ He’s around it ♪
♪ He’s a cad ♪ ♪ He’s a tramp ♪
– I know this one. – ♪ But I love him ♪
♪ Yes, even I have got it pretty bad ♪ – I think I know
what this is from. – (FBE) So, what’s this one from?
– Even though I haven’t seen the movie, I’m gonna guess that the song
is part of the movie, “The Beauty and the Tramp.”
– (FBE) So close. – I might’ve not gotten
the title right, did I? – “The Lady and the Tramp.”
And the song is “He May Be a Tramp, But I Still Love Him”? – “He’s a Tramp”
from who-knows-what. Maybe “101 Dalmatians.”
– “Lady and the Tramp”? – Spaghetti dogs!
“He’s a Tramp.” – It’s from “Lady and the Tramp,”
and it’s “He’s a Tramp.” – “He’s a Tramp”
from “The Lady and the Tramp.” – Is it “Lady and the Tramp”?
– (FBE) Yes, ma’am. – Yay! I finally got one right! – (FBE) It’s called “He’s a Tramp,”
and it’s from “Lady and the Tramp.” – Ohh. I didn’t even
know the title. Ugh. – I think that I’m probably gonna
go back and watch some older Disney, so I know more
and I have more knowledge, so I don’t get only two. (laughs) ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Thanks for watching
“Do They Know It?” on the React Channel.
– Don’t miss out. Subscribe! – If you liked spaghetti dogs,
hit that Like button! – Buh-bye.
– Hey, guys. Alyssa here, a producer from the React Channel.
Thanks so much for singing along with us today to Disney songs.
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  2. Danielle Theriaque

    I got sad watching this. THESE MOVIES WERE MY CHILDHOOD!!!! MY EXISTANCE!!!!!!! These are classic disney! How do THESE kids not know?!

  3. Richard Greenleaf

    These kids have got to start getting into Arthurian legends. I already knew about the sword in the stone before I ever saw "The Sword in the Stone" when I was a kid.

  4. Shawn Little

    The fact that these kids have to really think what song or movie these are from they don’t watch them as much compared to modern day Disney films two older ones.

  5. Seddiemania

    the fact that they had songs from Disney movies like Robin Hood and Fox and the Hound just made me grin from ear to ear, I KNEW all of them! haha

  6. Sean Gleeson

    These kids realize you can't base a government around the ability to pull a sword from a stone, just like you can't expect to wield supreme executive power just
    because some watery tart threw a sword at you!

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