6. What Made the Red Man Red?, Peter Pan (1952)
This is a controversial pick for obvious reasons but we believe in nuance here and sometimes two things can be equally true: while this song is inappropriate at best and racist at worst, it’s still fun and a damn good tune! How does the idiom go? Don’t throw the baby out with the proverbial bath water. Anyway, what makes the song so good? It’s got drums and the deeper-than-deep and raspier-than-raspy voice of Disney legend, Candy Candido, on lead vocals as the Indian Chief.
6. Gaston, Beauty and the Beast (1991)
I'm having a super hard time listing my favorites during the renaissance, especially because this was the rise of the musical villains. "Gaston" is the most wonderfully narcissistic song I have ever heard and is easily my pick from the Oscar-Award winning Beauty and the Beast. While he is an awful human being, it shows how good looks and popularity still make people want to be in your posse. I mean, these men are singing about how ridiculous he is and still love him for it. Gaston is fully aware of this and completely uses it to his advantage. Plus, that voice? Yeah, Gaston needs his own recording deal.