“Uncle Remus Said” is a song featured in the 1946 Disney film “Song of the South.” The film is a live-action and animated musical based on the “Uncle Remus” stories by Joel Chandler Harris, set in the American South during the Reconstruction era.
“Uncle Remus Said” is a cheerful and lighthearted song that features a group of children singing and dancing while listening to Uncle Remus tell his tales. The song’s lyrics suggest that Uncle Remus is a wise and beloved figure, whose stories are full of humor, wisdom, and valuable life lessons.
The song was composed by the film’s music director, Daniele Amfitheatrof, with lyrics by Ray Gilbert. The song is notable for its use of a call-and-response style, in which Uncle Remus and the children take turns singing and responding to each other.
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