Let’s All Sing Like the Birdies Sing (Song)

Last Updated on: March 29th, 2023

Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing disney song music“Let’s All Sing Like the Birdies Sing” is a classic Disney song that was first featured in the 1963 Disneyland attraction “The Enchanted Tiki Room.” The song was written by the Sherman Brothers, who were a prolific songwriting duo responsible for many of Disney’s most memorable songs.

The song is sung by a chorus of tropical birds, including the attraction’s famous animatronic parrots, and encourages listeners to join in and sing along. The lyrics are playful and silly, with phrases like “tweet, tweet, tweet, tweet” and “squawk, squawk, squawk, squawk” that imitate the sounds of birds.

“The Enchanted Tiki Room” was a groundbreaking attraction that used audio-animatronic figures to create a fully immersive and interactive experience. The birds in the attraction sang and talked to each other, and the music and special effects created a magical and enchanting atmosphere.

“Let’s All Sing Like the Birdies Sing” has since become a beloved classic, and it has been featured in other Disney attractions and shows over the years, as well as in parades and other special events. It is a fun and upbeat song that encourages listeners to let loose and join in the joyful celebration of music and nature.

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