“Everybody’s Got a Laughing Place” is a song from the 1946 Disney live-action/animated film “Song of the South“. The song was written by the Sherman Brothers, who went on to become one of the most successful songwriting teams in the history of Disney.
The song is performed by the characters Br’er Rabbit, Br’er Fox, and Br’er Bear as they search for their “laughing place”, a secret spot in the forest where they can forget their troubles and just be themselves. The song’s upbeat melody and playful lyrics capture the joy and sense of camaraderie that the characters feel as they explore the forest and enjoy each other’s company.
“Everybody’s Got a Laughing Place” has become one of the most beloved and iconic songs from “Song of the South”. The song’s catchy melody, playful lyrics, and infectious energy have helped to establish it as a classic Disney song that has endured for generations. Despite controversy over the film’s depiction of racial stereotypes, the song continues to be enjoyed by many as a fun and lighthearted musical number.
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