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11 Highest-Charting Songs From Disney Movies

From the silly to the serious, check out the top-performing songs from Disney movies past and present

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Mickey Mouse's Biggest Hits

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From the silly to the serious, Disney knows a thing or two about creating original hits for their films, both animated and live-action. And no one can escape the "Let It Go" phenomenon currently sweeping the world.

Billboard recently broke down the numbers behind Disney's biggest hits, and we've narrowed it down to the 11 highest-charting songs on the Hot 100. Take a look through the list and see if your favorite is on there. 

(Yes, it's "A Whole New World." That is everyone's favorite.)

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"Circle of Life," Elton John

The Lion King track made radio waves, peaking at No. 18 on the Hot 100 in 1994.

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"Beauty and the Beast," Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson

The title track from 1992's Beauty and the Beast cracked the Top 10, going to No. 9 on the charts (but No. 1 in our hearts).

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"Zip-a-Dee Doo-Dah," Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans

Originally from the 1946 live-action/animated film Song of the South, a cover of the song produced by Phil Spector went to No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1963.

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"Life Is a Highway," Rascal Flatts

The country crooners remade the 1991 Tom Cochrane hit for the 2006 movie Cars. It peaked at No. 7.

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"Breakaway," Kelly Clarkson

The Princess Diaries 2 hit shot to No. 6 in 2004.

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"Let It Go," Idina Menzel

The Frozen standout has peaked at No. 5—so far!—and saw Broadway star Menzel hanging at the top of the charts with the likes of Pharrell, Katy Perry and Lorde.

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"Can You Feel the Love Tonight," Elton John

The Lion King ballad reached No. 4 in 1994.

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"Colors of the Wind," Vanessa Williams

Williams' Pocahontas soundtrack contribution went to No. 4 on the Hot 100 in 1995.

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"The Climb," Miley Cyrus

The theme to Hannah Montana: The Movie climbed all the way to No. 4 in 2009.

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"A Whole New World," Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle

From Aladdin, the song topped the Hot 100 in 1993.

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"All For Love," Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart and Sting

"All for Love," from the 1994 film The Three Musketeers, was No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks.

Add these 10 nostalgic classics to your Spotify account with our playlist below. 

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