There’s a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow (Song)

Last Updated on: May 25th, 2024

There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow disney song music“There’s a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow” is a song that was written by the Sherman Brothers for Disney’s 1964 World’s Fair attraction, “Progressland.” The attraction featured a show called “Carousel of Progress,” which presented an optimistic view of the future and the technological advancements that would make life easier and more enjoyable for people. The song, which is performed throughout the show, is a catchy and upbeat celebration of progress and innovation. The lyrics of the song describe the various ways in which technology will improve people’s lives, and emphasize the idea that the future is full of endless possibilities. The song has become a beloved classic in the Disney canon, and has been used in various attractions at Disney theme parks over the years. It is often associated with Walt Disney himself, who was a strong believer in the power of innovation and progress to improve people’s lives.

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