4. Ev’rbody Wants to be a Cat, AristoCats (1970)
Like a rose growing from concrete, we have this raucous ditty blooming from the otherwise unremarkable AristoCats. A song this unhinged could only exist in a movie this bland. In as much, I would have much rather seen a movie centered on this ragtag group of alley cats moonlighting as musicians in turn-of-the-century Paris, France. Instead, we got a single mom a not-that-evil evil butler and a couple of spinster geese.
4. Poor Unfortunate Souls, The Little Mermaid (1989)
Soooo...you might be seeing a trend here. The villains had the best songs during the renaissance! I was actually going to choose "Part of Your World" (because my 8-year old self used to belt that like Mariah Carey - believe that!), but when I scoped about it, someone reminded me about Ursula's number. DUH! This sassy song is my JAM. It's so hard to believe more female villains didn't get to belt out their evil deeds, especially since homegirl here absolutely kills it. We didn't get another one until over 20 years later (with Mother Gothel in Tangled), but it still doesn't match the level of greatness that is "Poor Unfortunate Souls". Seems like a missed opportunity, Disney.