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Songs Sung by Fictional Characters

For each song, name the fictional character that sings it.
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First submittedDecember 6, 2013
Last updatedDecember 6, 2013
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Song
Character
Rainbow Connection
Kermit the Frog
Whistle While You Work
Snow White
Over the Rainbow
Dorothy Gale
A Spoonful of Sugar
Mary Poppins
C is for Cookie
Cookie Monster
The Best of Both Worlds
Hannah Montana
Rubber Duckie
Ernie
The Sound of Music
Maria von Trapp
A Whole New World
Aladdin and Jasmine
It's the Hard Knock Life
Little Orphan Annie
Song
Character
The Impossible Dream
Don Quixote
Go the Distance
Hercules
Under the Sea
Sebastian
When You Wish Upon a Star
Jiminy Cricket
Believe It or Not, George Isn't At Home
George Costanza
Out There
Quasimodo
Defying Gravity
Wicked Witch of the West
You Don't Win Friends With Salad
Bart and Homer Simpson
Can We Fix It?
Bob the Builder
Be Our Guest
Lumiere and Mrs. Potts
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level 17
Feb 17, 2014
fun! please accept kastanza, hard one to spell properly
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level 43
Jun 11, 2014
Also "Cantstanjya!"
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level 55
Sep 10, 2017
Or Cartwright!
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level 62
Mar 6, 2018
Or vandalay
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level 64
Feb 19, 2014
Got stuck trying to spell Fievel Mousekewitz twenty different ways before I realized it wasn't SOMEWHERE Out There :/
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level 48
Feb 20, 2014
Me too. An American Tale
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level 76
May 27, 2014
Same here.
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level 61
Jun 18, 2015
Same here.
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level 58
Mar 14, 2016
Yup. Great song.
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level 29
Nov 24, 2016
Same
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level 58
Feb 20, 2014
I think you should except Van Halen for Best of Both Worlds since Eddie has basically become a cartoon of himself :)
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level 41
Feb 20, 2014
her name is alphalba.
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level 67
Oct 9, 2018
You mean Elphaba?
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level 76
May 27, 2014
Snow White and the forest animals sang it while she was cleaning the dwarves' cottage.
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level 73
Jul 6, 2014
Although Elphaba does sing a majority of Defying Gravity, it actually is a duet between Elphaba and Glinda, end of Act 1 of Wicked.
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level 77
Jul 10, 2014
I'm in agreement with Van Halen for "Best of Both Worlds," but am I the only one who wanted to put Cake for "Go The Distance"?
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level 83
Aug 17, 2014
Also there is a song called "Out There" in the South Park movie sung by Satan. That should be a correct answer too.
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level 79
Sep 30, 2018
Glad to see I wasn't the only one who thought of this. Alas, grumm is correct.
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level 64
Nov 14, 2014
I didn't try it but are Dr Evil & Mini Me accepted for Hard Knock Life?
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level 73
Jan 10, 2018
They're not. That's what I tried and I was gonna suggest adding them!
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level 44
Nov 18, 2014
i JUST saw that simpsons episode and missed it :(
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level 48
Sep 21, 2017
seeing that made me crack up. there's so many great songs from the Simpsons that could've been used. "Spiderpig" "oh, streetcar" the duet between Krusty and his dad among others.
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level 35
Aug 13, 2015
Out There is also a song in Hello Dolly, sung by Cornelius. Should be accepted as an answer.
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level 75
Mar 24, 2016
Out there are just the opening words of Put On Your Sunday Clothes
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level 57
Jul 18, 2016
Who here agrees that Dr. Evil should also be accepted for 'Hard Knock Life?" ;)
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level 59
May 24, 2017
I kept on putting in Satan for "Out There" until I realized the song was "Up There". Never did get out there right.
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level 73
Jan 10, 2018
Three clues about Sesame Street seems a bit excessive, no? I mean, the quiz has such great variety otherwise... (I might just be mad because I never watched Sesame Street and missed 2 out of 3.)
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level 67
Jun 14, 2018
Only "C Is for Cookie" and "Rubber Duckie" are from Sesame Street. If you're thinking of "The Rainbow Connection," it's from The Muppet Movie. I do feel they could have had fewer than seven animated Disney characters, though.
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level 79
Sep 30, 2018
I think if you're taking a quiz called "Songs Sung by Fictional Characters," you should be prepared to see a lot of Disney.
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level 67
Oct 10, 2018
I mean, sure, but more than a third? Nearly half, if you count Mary Poppins and Hannah Montana. Don't get me wrong, I love me some Disney, but still. They've only got four stage musicals, maybe swap out one or two animated Disney characters for some more of them.
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level 31
Jan 29, 2019
Maria von trapp (Sound of Music) is not a fictional character. Sound of Music is a musical based on the lives of the von trapp family and their escape.