“Fidelity Fiduciary Bank” is a song from the 1964 Disney musical film “Mary Poppins“. The music and lyrics were composed by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman.
In the film, the song is performed by the character of Mr. Banks, a stuffy banker and the father of the children looked after by Mary Poppins. The song is a lively and upbeat number, with a catchy melody and lyrics that extol the virtues of thrift, responsibility, and financial prudence.
The song is set in the grand and imposing offices of the Fidelity Fiduciary Bank, where Mr. Banks works. The lyrics detail the various services provided by the bank, including savings accounts, investments, and loans, and encourage the listener to entrust their money to the bank’s care.
Despite its cheery tone, the song has a darker undertone, as it highlights the oppressive and dehumanizing nature of the banking industry and the impact it can have on individuals and society as a whole. The song has become one of the most memorable and popular numbers from the film, and is often performed in stage adaptations of the story.
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