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dee desi video

Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah

"Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" is a song from the Disney 1946 live action and animated movie Song of the South, sung by James Baskett. The music was written by Allie Wrubel, the lyrics by Ray Gilbert and was published in 1946. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song.

For many years the song was part of an opening theme medley for the Wonderful World of Disney television program, and it has often been used in other TV and video productions by the studio. It is one of many popular songs that use a bluebird ("Mr. bluebird on my shoulder"), epitomized by the "Bluebird of Happiness," as a symbol of cheer.

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Public usage

The song is heard during the finale of the popular Disney theme park ride Splash Mountain, and can be found on many official albums:

It can also be heard as part of the queue music for Splash Mountain.

The song has also been used in parades at the theme parks:

The song is also the station melody for the Maihama station of the Keiyo Line in Chiba, Japan. Directly south of Maihama station lies Tokyo Disneyland.

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