5. Friend Like Me, Aladdin (1997)
While most would argue that i should've have picked "A Whole New World", I honestly believe both Genie songs are the best parts of this musical (I almost picked "One Jump Ahead" but I was super proud of myself as a kid when I learned all the lyrics to this tune).
The movie wasn't about the romance between Aladdin and Jasmine. It is clearly about the friendship between him and his genie, which begins with this very song. It sets the tone for the rest of the film, making it an easy favorite of the Disney animated classics.
5. The Phony King of England, Robin Hood (1973)
Most Disneyphiles would consider Baloo’s “Bare Necessities” to be Phil Harris’ (perhaps Disney’s most decorated crooner) best offering but “Au contraire, mon fraire!” It’s this Robin Hood tune sung by Little John that’s the real cat’s pajamas! This song isn’t just fun, it’s a political statement – a rallying cry that galvanized and inspired all of Nottingham to rise up against that “Phony King of England” Prince John! There may be better Disney songs but none more important.