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Kiss The Girl Lyrics - Samuel E. Wright

OST: Classic Disney

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Kiss The Girl Song Lyrics


There you see her
Sitting there across the way
She don’t got a lot to say
But there’s something about her
And you don’t know why
But you’re dying to try
You wanna kiss the girl

Yes, you want her
Look at her, you know you do
It’s possible she wants you, too
There is one way to ask her
It don’t take a word
Not a single word
Go on and kiss the girl

Sing with me now
My, oh, my
Look at the boy too shy
He ain’t gonna kiss the girl
Ain’t that sad
Ain’t it shame, too bad
You gonna miss the girl

Now’s your moment
Floating in a blue lagoon
Boy, you better do it soon
No time will be better
She don’t say a word
And she won’t say a word
Until you kiss the girl

Don’t be scared
You got the mood prepared
Go on and kiss the girl
Don’t stop now
Don’t try to hide it how
You wanna kiss the girl
Float along
Listen to the song
The song say kiss the girl
Music play
Do what the music say
You wanna kiss the girl

You’ve got to kiss the girl
Why don’t you kiss the girl
You gotta kiss the girl
Go on and kiss the girl

April, 07th 2024
The song "Kiss the Girl" from the Disney movie The Little Mermaid is the exact textbook example of how music and story conjoin to incite an element of romantic plot advancement. This is a song that Sebastian, narrating an unfolded love story between Ariel and Prince Eric, serenades her as the two bring their two hearts together while coaching her. The music is even calypso-tinged, and the very words "Calypso Island" conjure not much more than a case of romanticized apprehension, this time with due concern for the said things and the necessity of those living in that particular now.

The structure and instrumentation in the song are perceptive enough to create the right, alive, oceanic feeling, which really does go well with the location of the film. The choice not only goes in sync with the visual appeal but also impacts the deeper side of the scene emotionally, catching the anticipation and allurement for flirtation among the characters.

Lyrically, "Kiss the Girl" is at an important stage of the story, expressing the inner conflicts and wants of connection between Ariel and Eric, especially with the fact that Ariel loses her voice for a while. In the chorus, repetition of the word "Sha-la-la-la-la-la" appears like a playful but persuasive chorus striving for action against hesitation. Along this line of thought, this strategy in the lyrics stresses the universal power of non-verbal communication and the desire for love and understanding to be prevailing over different languages.

Further on, the song has the timing and opportunity carried throughout the context of love—for example, in the lines: "You better make up your mind; You better love me and be kind." This represents the many stories that follow common narrative devices wherein the characters can't realize their love for some reason, either of internal or outside nature.

In a larger context of Disney musical output, "Kiss the Girl" fully represents the studio's unmatched touch in creating songs that are interesting for their own sake yet absolutely essential to moving the plot forward. The film is a testament not only to Disney's skill for creating indelible, character-driven musical moments that continue to resonate long after audiences have left the theater, The song really goes above and beyond to make its contribution to the emotional landscape of the film, and it stands as an important piece within the canon of classic Disney music, showing the staying power the company has in film and music.

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