Remember in 2014 when you just couldn't escape from "Let It Go"? It seemed to be on the radio, on TV, and on the lips of every man, woman and child. It was number 5 on the Billboard Top 100, for Elsa's sake! Ever wonder what other Disney songs have made it onto the Billboard charts? Here are 21 songs that did just that.
When You Wish Upon a Star
"When You Wish Upon a Star" made it to number 30 on the 1960 Billboard Hot 100.
This Mary Poppins song hit number 66 on the Billboard top 100 in 1965.
Beauty and the Beast (Tale as Old as Time)
Celine Dion's "Beauty and the Beast (Tale as Old as Time)" was number 9 on the Hot 100 in 1992.
A Whole New World
"A Whole New World" by Peabo Bryson & Regina Belle spent a week at number one in 1993!
Can You Feel the Love Tonight
"Can You Feel the Love Tonight" felt a lot of love at number 4 on the year end Billboard Hot 100 in 1994.
Circle of Life
Speaking of love for The Lion King, this film has two more Billboard hits! "Circle of Life" was number 18 in 1994.
Jimmy Cliffy's "Hakuna Matata" also made it to number 26 on the Adult Contemporary chart of 1995.
Colors of the Wind
"Colors of the Wind" was number 4 on the Hot 100 in 1995!
"Someday" by All-4-One on The Hunchback of Notre Dame Soundtrack was number 30 on the 1996 Hot 100 list.
Go the Distance
This song from Hercules went to number 24 on the Hot 100 in 1997.
Christina Aguilera's "Reflection" showed number 19 on the Adult Contemporary chart in 1998
You'll Be in My Heart
Phil Collins' Tarzan hit, "You'll be in My Heart" was number one on the Adult Contemporary chart for 19 weeks in 1999.
I'm Still Here
"Jim's Theme" from Treasure Planet was number No. 10 in Adult Pop Songs in 2002.
"Strangers Like Me"
"Strangers Like Me" made it to number 10 on the Adult Contemporary list that same year.
"My Funny Friend and Me"
"My Funny Friend and Me" from The Emperor's New Groove was number 24 on the Adult Contemporary list in 2001.
Life is a Highway
The Rascal Flatts cover of "Life is a Highway" from Cars was number 7 on 2006's Hot 100.
This Rob Thomas hit from Meet the Robinsons was number 5 in Adult Pop Songs in 2007.
Let It Go
Both versions of "Let It Go" made it into the Billboard charts in 2014. Idina Menzel's version made it to number 5 on the Hot 100, while Demi Lovato's peaked at 38.
Do You Want to Build a Snowman
Also from Frozen, "Do You Want to Build a Snowman" peaked at 51 on the Hot 100 in 2014.
For the First Time in Forever
Lastly from Frozen, "For the First Time in Forever" made it to number 57 in 2014.
"Immortals" by Fall Out Boy peaked at number 72.
What are your favorite Disney songs that didn't make the list?
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