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Disney Princesses Singing In Their Native Languages

English is not the native tongue of Disney Princesses.

Everyone has grown up with Disney Princesses because they are the most innocent form of childhood entertainment. With the fantastic movies comes even better songs which make them so appealing. Your infatuation with them carries on into adulthood and before you know it, you're sitting in your living room watching the movies singing along with your own children. Crazy right?
Well, here's the thing, English is the default language, not the native one. All Disney Princesses have come from other countries other than Pocahontas who was a Native American in North America (present day USA). It brings up a really interesting change because when you watch the Disney movies in their native languages, it has an entirely new meaning because it's authentically and historically correct. Disney Americanizes our movies through using English and we forget that languages play a huge role in presenting emotions, interactions, conversations, and without a doubt, our singing.
One of the biggest trends on the internet is hearing a Disney Princess sing her hit song with her own native finesse instead of a defaulted English one. Enjoy and really take notice on the differences in emphasis and fluidity of the lyrics. Because of changed language, the songs also have different lyrics to fit the melody which slightly alters the song even if it has a similar universal meaning. Disney is genius.

What do you think?

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@PatriciaCampbel I almost spit out my drink at your comment lol
2 years ago·Reply
the original language voices are more incredible than the English version
2 years ago·Reply
I think all the songs sound better in their native language
2 years ago·Reply
I love these. They did a wonderful job at matching voices and making the songs sound old for the older movies.
2 years ago·Reply
the song in their native languages seem to have more emotion
2 years ago·Reply