Discussion in 'Disneyland Resort' started by Nland316, Feb 21, 2017.
"Heigh-Ho" is the dig dig dig song!
That about sums it up.
Aren't they the same song?
No I don't think so
lol really? I've always thought of them as two different songs.
Heigh-Ho Song Lyrics
Song from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
We dig dig dig dig dig dig dig in our mine the whole day through
To dig dig dig dig dig dig dig is what we really like to do
It ain't no trick to get rich quick
If you dig dig dig with a shovel or a pick
In a mine! In a mine! In a mine! In a mine!
Where a million diamonds shine!
We dig dig dig dig dig dig dig from early morn till night
We dig dig dig dig dig dig dig up everything in sight
We dig up diamonds by the score
A thousand rubies, sometimes more
But we don't know what we dig 'em for
We dig dig dig a-dig dig
It's home from work we go
Heigh-ho, Heigh-ho, Heigh-ho
[Chorus three times]
Heigh-ho [until fade]
Now I expect you to turn that into a hip hop song and post your rendition post haste.
LOL. To be fair they have completely different melodies. Also, I believe I have seen them listed somewhere as two separate songs.
In addition, Disney uses the Heigh Ho portion (can't even really call it a chorus) of the song by itself so much that it's kind of taken on its own identity.
Lol! I'm working on it.
Ha I know... Honestly, the only reason I even am aware they are the same track is because after riding the 7D Mine Train a bunch last vacation, I went to load up the 'We dig dig dig' part on Spotify for my kid and couldn't figure out which song it was!
I wouldn't be surprised if during the creative process they were written as two separate songs that sort of merged into one.
Well the two segments do function as different songs as a storytelling vehicle in the film, so I can understand why you made the mistake. The dig dig dig part shows the dwarfs working in a mine until Doc yells "Heigh ho" at the end of the work day and the song transitions to the familiar refrain.
Thank you and yes that's what I was trying to say earlier. Much less eloquently than you however.
Tom Waits gets it right.
My soul doesn't feel quite right after listening to that.
It sounds more and more to me like they're going for the Tokyo Fant! instead of the original Disneyland edition. Obviously you know more about the project (maybe?) than I do, but the film selections and song selections kinda point the new show to being more like Tokyo's.
Davison created the TDS Fantasmic, so it would make sense that there would be some shared elements here.
I'm hoping that the score remains more instrumental over lyrical.. Tokyo I have noticed is a bit more on the lyrical side than I'd prefer, even if there are some nice instrumental segments/transitions.
I wonder if there will be any segments of the show that will stay exactly the same as they were. The only scene that I think would be completely safe is the finale with the Mark Twain and Sorceror Mickey.
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