"I’ve always wanted to be a singer. The singing voices of various Disney characters have been my constant inspirations for this dream, ever since I was a kid. Even if I don’t ever make it, I’ll always love hearing Disney songs, for the amazing talents behind them as well as the uplifting and nostalgic things I associate with them"
"I love all of the Disney songs, but I always feel ashamed when its music comes up on my iPod or Pandora when other people are with me. They make fun of it and say how I need to "grow up". But they don’t realize that when I feel like everyone has left me behind, I can always go to Disney"
"My family’s fallen apart in the past few months. It hasn’t been at all easy. Being the oldest of my siblings, I’m the one that’s been forced to try and be strong for everyone. Including my parents. Watching Disney, or even just singing to it, seems to be the only thing that can really keep me going these days. I need to get back to Disneyland, pronto!"
"I used to have singing lessons where I’d learn mostly Disney songs and then sing them for competitions. I quit the lessons a while ago because I wanted to be more "mature" but I regret doing so because now I have no one to teach me songs and no stage to sing Disney on. I feel like I threw out a part of me that I still need"
"I have issues with stress management and paranoia. But singing along to Disney songs, particularly Disney villain songs makes everything seem better. Sadly my favorite Disney villain, Maleficent, doesn’t have a song."
"Disney music is usually the one thing that can help me stay calm and collected. One weekend while visiting my friends at school, we went to a party and I got black out drunk. The only thing I remember from that night was crying in a bathroom with my best friend saying "The only thing I can think of to get you to stop is to sing Disney songs" which he promptly did. Not only did I stop crying, but it also helped me focus on something other than the urge to throw up."
"I am terrified to go to bed at night because I’m always afraid that something bad is going to happen, the only way to keep my thoughts positive at night while laying in bed is to hum Disney songs."
"I was recently involved in a massive car accident. I’m a nanny, was driving my charges home when a man ran a red light and struck me. We are all fine. My car’s totaled. The firefighters said if the man had hit a inch or two closer, I would’ve been paralyzed or dead. When the collision happened, Let It Go was playing. The kids were talking about it and singing it, along with other Disney songs, to make me feel better. I’ll be always be grateful to Disney for their songs, because I feel better."