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Soundtrack - Lava Lyrics
Lava is a short film attached to the theatrical release of Inside Out. It features a song, "Lava", which is written by Murphy and performed by Kuana Torres Kahele and Napua Greig, who voice the two volcanoes. Uku is a lonely volcano lost in the ocean. Inspired by the animals he sees around him, he sings every day a song where he expresses his wish to have someone to "lava". But millions of years go by, and he starts to sink into the ocean, still alone.
A long, long time ago. Living all alone, in the middle of the sea. He sat high above his bay. Watching all the couples play. And wishing that, he had someone too.
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“I have a dream I hope will come true That you're here with me and I'm here with you I wish that the earth, sea, and the sky up above Will send.
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A long, long time ago there was a volcano Living all alone in the middle of the sea He sat high above his bay watching all the couples play And wishing that he had someone, too. And from his lava came this song of hope That he sang out loud everyday for years and years. I hope will come true That you're here with me and I'm here with you I wish that the earth, sea, the sky up above. Will send me someone to lava Years of singing all alone turned his lava into stone Until he was on the brink of extinction. But little did he know That living in the sea below Another volcano was listening to his song Everyday she heard his tune.
If you're anything like me and have a strong aversion to things that make you feel feelings, be wary of Pixar's short "Lava. As if the premise alone wasn't sweet enough, the music is delightfully similar to Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's beautiful version of "Over the Rainbow," and just as emotional. The short is also visually stunning, from the time-lapse animation of the clouds in the sky to the depiction of dolphins diving through waves together as our volcano friend sits there wishing for a companion of his own. It's the lyrics of "Lava" , though penned by director James Ford Murphy, which really cement the film's sweetness. Through song, Murphy effectively tells the love story at the center of the film while simultaneously charming us with a memorable refrain including the world's cutest lyrical pun. Don't believe me? Check out the lyrics to "Lava" below.