Walt Disneys Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Leigh Harline(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook). 9 songs from the first ever Disney animated feature film, which was released in 1937. This collection includes piano/vocal/arrangements of the songs: Bluddle Uddle Um Dum (The Washing Song) * The Dwarfs Yodel Song (Silly Song) * Heigh Ho * Im Wishing * One Song * Snow White * Some Day My Prince Will Come * Whistle While You Work * With a Smile and a Song.
Heigh Ho - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
19 Bluddle Uddle Um Dum (The Dwarfs' Washing Song) [Part 2]
It is a treasure, it is iconic, and it was a major turning point in the history of the Walt Disney Company. Because it is so legendary, one would assume that everyone has seen it—however, one fateful day, I was sitting in a meeting at the Oh My Disney offices, and had a realization. My childhood Disney memories flashed before my eyes. But for all these years, I felt like I had seen the movie, when, in fact, I had not. Knowing this was unacceptable on many levels, I immediately volunteered to watch the film and take notes, and professed my deep shame and embarrassment for waiting so long to do so. I blame it on the Evil Queen, who obviously put a spell on me via a poison apple to make me think I saw the film at some point during my childhood. I know the characters and the story.
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Grumpy sits on a barrel nearby, refusing to join in while teasing the others for taking orders from Snow White. Eventually, the others grab him and throw him into the trough, washing him vigorously. As this is happening, Dopey accidentally swallows a bar of soap and hiccups soapy bubbles as a result; the hiccups persist for the rest of the song until one big hiccup drives Dopey's head down into his tunic, and a final, tiny hiccup forces out a large bubble that carries his hat into the air. Other visual gags during the song include a fly washing itself on a bar of soap, two dwarfs using another dwarf as a towel, and Doc knocking Dopey into the trough before scrubbing his rear end. Doc: Step up to the tub 'Tain't no disgrace Just pull up your sleeves And get 'em in place Then scoop up the water And rub it on your face And go brrr, brrr, brrr Pick up the soap Now don't try to bluff Work up a lather An' when ya got enough Get your hands full of water Ya snort and ya snuff And go brrr, brrr, brrr Ya douse and douse Ya scrub and scrub Ya sputter and splash all over the tub You may be cold and wet when you're done But ya gotta admit it's good clean fun So splash all ya like 'Tain't any trick As soon as you're through You'll feel mighty slick Grumpy: Bunch of old nanny goats Ya make me sick, Goin' brrr, brrr, brrr Later, as the Dwarfs are forcibly washing Grumpy Doc: Now scrub good and hard It can't be denied That he'll look mighty cute As soon as he's dried Dwarfs: But it's good for the soul And it's good for the hide To go— Grumpy: Brrr, brrr, brrr. Television: A Poem Is
Of course, once the dwarfs get home, they quickly realize that something is amiss because their entire house is CLEAN!! Finally though, Snow White and the dwarfs formally meet and everyone takes to the princess at once except Grumpy. She stays! In a deleted scene even Snow White had a few , Grumpy was going to go on a tirade about how ridiculous it was for them to let Snow White stay merely because of a gooseberry pie. Meanwhile, the other dwarfs remind Grumpy of how good gooseberry pie is, which leads Grumpy to allow that Snow White can stay at least until he gets the pie this explains why Snow White is working on the pie for Grumpy after the dwarfs leave. The matter being settled, the dwarfs are ready to eat the soup Snow White has made. The song led by Doc is juxtaposed against the stubborness of Grumpy who notably refuses to sing and speaks his lines during this sequence.