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Hans Zimmer is truly an incredible composer.
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4:20 One of the most triumphant movie moments of all time.
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No Lorien, for once it's not about weed
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+The Dragon of the Weast yes 4:20 has always been my favorite part!!! kids now a days won't be able to expereince the epicness!!!
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the part from 0:12 - 0:28 is so fucking perfect I can't describe it^^
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But the part 0:01 - 5:57 is I think is my favorite part. :D
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Ok, I'm probably going to get flamed for posting this But think of this: 3:18 you pass away at the end of your life. You were a great person, you put others before you, and you helped people everywhere and at anytime, and always went to church 3:25 You meet God, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit for your final Judgment 3:31 God begins to ask you about your life and such and how much of a great person you were 4:14 God says: You were a wonderful being. Please, my son/daughter, come forth into my kingdom which you be reunited with your friends, family and me for all eternity 4:20 to 4:51 You pass through the pearly gates side by side with Jesus Christ, finally stepping foot into heaven, being greeted by many people (Family, friends and even people you didn't even know) who are ecstatic to see you again. A smile appears on your face as you are reunited with all your loved ones. 
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Also, there's not proof that there ISN'T a God. so...
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4:45 "Remember who you are."
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Until i realize that all he says in that scene is "Remember..."
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4:25 is when shit gets REAL emotional. You're welcome.
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Kids born now won't experience the epicness during the 1990s lmaooo 4:20 is the best part
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I actually was born in 2000, and I adore The Lion King. I watched it when I was 4, and this is my favorite Movie. I prefer old Disney more.😄
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i love The Lion King and the music, makes you wanna dance
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I can't imagine being in the theater at 4:21. Had to be chilling and amazing 
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Was...many times that epic summer...and yes!  Saw it indoors, and at the drive-ins, and you can't imagine the feeling with the wind actually in your hair.  I'll never forget.
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4:20 Most emotional part of the song, 4:50 Well that ruined the moment!
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+Conrad Dent-Magnusson wow that was almost a month ago time flys it was probably a problem i had with a girl at school
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I am arguably too old for Disney movies and I have no shame in watching this. Nostalgia is my best friend and always will be.
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You can never be too old for works of art! :)
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nobody's too old 4 disney movies
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3:53 reminds me of how my grandpa passed away and now it's my time. My time to take over, and do great things. The great circle of life.. Remember..
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4:21 - 4:51 Cannot imagine what that must have sounded like in a movie theater with surround sound. Boy I'm sure it would make you float with euphoria.
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+popsingerstar The original in 1994, and the 3D re-release in 2011.
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+THEGAMERSHANKSTER my bad. i thought u were saying they rereleased it twice. i was born in 1994 so i never got a chance 2 see it in theaters but i saw it when they rereleased it in 3d :D
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4:21 Ndabe zitha - King of kings Nkosi yethu - Our king Mholi wezwe lethu - Ruler of our land Lefatshe la bonata rona - This land of our ancestors Lea halalela - Is holy...
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4:16 Beautiful Childhood :')
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Hans effing Zimmer. Why am I not surprised. Genius.
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4:15 onward is the best part
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Love 2:22. Wish it was expanded.
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+MShadowj You're being the rude one :/
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It's just INTERSTELLAR Theme "Day One Dark"
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3:19 I love that part onwards best
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I feel 4:25 to the end could represent the triumphant continuation of life, despite all the trials, deaths, and tribulations along the way. So beautiful! ;_;*tears*
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This soundtrack could be the background music to a lot of people's lives. From tragedy to triumph.
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I'm now 24 and Frozen made me, a child of the Disney Renaissance, believe in the Disney Magic again. After seeing that masterpiece, I knew I have to see my childhood masterpiece again, brings back a time when I can count my age with only one hand.
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+The Beatles I'm old enough to remember people saying the same thing about the Lion King when it came out (it's just a good movie, overrated, not being able to stack against the classics, etc.). Disney even gave preference to Pocahantas when both films were under production. Well 20 years later the same formula that carried the Lion King is also seen from Frozen (memorable songs, great story, lovable characters, spectacular animation, positive word of mouth, and unprecedented cultural phenomenon). With 80 nominations and 55 wins including 2 Oscars, Frozen earned its place in Disney history and I won't be surprised that it will get a re-release in whatever new movie theatre format in the future just like the Lion King did in 3D in 2011. 20 years from now young adults will sing Let it Go fondly just like Hakuna Matata did for my generation. What will be the next Disney cultural phenomenon? I don't know, but I'm always looking forward to it, even if it comes once every 20 years.
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That part from 5:30 to the end...amazing.
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I miss traditionally animated films, I wonder if Disney will ever go back to that.
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It's gone nowhere It is still here it's just changed,people like you probably don't recolonize it but the kids now see it, it them it's there magic
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The worst kind of people in this fucking whole world is that kind that dislikes this video. Hunt them and kill them with fire!
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I know Elton John and Tim Rice were helping, but I really believe that this is Hans Zimmer's best work!
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i'm sooooooooo glad i was born in 1994 :D
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I prefer "This Land" but this is also a spectacular piece, especially 4:21 to 4:51
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Every kid should watch this movie.. It makes you to feel more sensitive to the most important things in the life like love and family, this is not another stupid movie with nonsense like today's ones. This soundtrack really chills my bones, the minute 4:21 makes you feel strong to keep walking through the life.
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True that.  Lion King is very spiritual in it's scope; the concept of the Circle of Life is a philosophy I've always adhered to :)
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I always cry at the part at 4:22, it's so beautiful. If heaven is real, I want it to sound like that
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I'm-a re-watch all the Disney movies on their respective decade-anniversaries for the rest of my life. Happy 20th, Lion King!
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I want the part from 4:21 to the end to be playing when I die lol.Epic
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i love this beautiful music 
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This is the most inspirational song ever
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Don't be a pussy and just cry 4:20, so epic.  
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Beginning with 4.20 to 5:00, I feel reborn.
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I started to cry at 4:20 OMG freaking beautiful and majestic
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4:20 : Back spine chills in 3..2..1..
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Από τα καλύτερα όλων των εποχών!!! Ευχαριστούμε!!!
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Καλησπερα, ευχαριστω!! Ως γνωστρια του θεματος  και ως εχουσα αριστο μουσικο ους, η εκτιμηση σας!! Συμπιπτει και με τη δικη μου εκτιμηση!
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1:02 personal favorite part.
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goosebumps, especially at 4:21
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4:21 - " Remember, Who you are. "  ;__;
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3:50 the memories rise and the heart begins to pulse very hard! Thank you Zimmer for these emotions
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after 3:20 and the rest.... here comes the tears and memories.
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HHHHNGH...GOOSEBUMPS....GOOSEBUMPS EVERYWHERE
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To think it has been 20 years since this movie premiered. 
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I was born in 1994, the year in which the Lion King was release so I guess my age is also Lion King`s age. Cool eh, what do you think? :)
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Sadly you're too young my friend. I was born in 82. I was 7 when Little Mermaid came out, and 12 when Lion King hit the scene. 13 when Toy Story entered the fray. I grew up with the absolutely incredible Disney Renaissance films and the emergence of Pixar as one of the driving forces in animated film. Not bragging, because I had no hand in it of course. I'll always consider myself quite fortunate to have grown up with great kids films like those from the 80's and early 90's. On top of the Disney Renaissance and Pixar stuff, I also had 'The Princess Bride', 'The Goonies', 'The Sandlot', 'Labyrinth', 'The Neverending Story', 'Star Wars', 'Indiana Jones' and a myriad of other incredible family films to enjoy growing up. What a time. Kids today have 'Tangled', and 'Frozen' and stuff like that, and I'm very glad. But I think they owe it all to possibly my favorite film of all time. The 1987 blockbuster classic 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit'. If by some chance any of you kids reading this haven't seen that gem, go watch it. Provided you are of an age to understand and appreciate it of course. The explosive popularity of that film, in conjunction with the advent of the old Disney classics on home video are largely responsible for rekindling interest in the animated film, which at that time was something of a dying art. Disney's most ambitious animated film to date was a complete disaster. 1985's 'The Dark Cauldron'. Largely the result of the persistent 'brain drain' at the Disney Animated Studios after Walt died in '66. Really the only ones making good animated films in the 80's were Don Bluth's crew, and while good, that wasn't enough to carry the genre forward. The renewed interest that Roger Rabbit rekindled culminated in the Disney Renaissance films, without which Pixar may never have come to be. Animated films are bigger today than they ever have been in the past, and they nearly died out about 30 years ago. The hundreds of millions around the world that enjoy animated films today really owe a lot to the creative geniuses behind 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit'. It's an absolute treasure.
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There are some Disney movies that are very good today my favorite being big hero 6
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4:20 is the best part, it also reminds me of the Epilogue track off 'Dinosaur'. Perfect.
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^^Duketron^^ Shared on Google+ · 9 months ago
Los pelitos de los huevines como escarpias cada vez que escucho esto...
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4:40 ~ Remember... who you are
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Good lord....when you close  your eyes an listen to this soundtrack...you just feel like your going on an epic journey!  Brings tears to the eyes :')
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I remember when part of this song was in Kronk's New Groove lol 
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This and beauty and the beast are my only 2 favorite Disney films ever, not only that, The Lion King is the best Disney film rating as number 1, Beauty and the Beast 2nd, if you don't believe me check out the official website and see the results.
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These two movies are definitely my top two favorites. 
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same here man....i liked Frozen but it can't compare to how much i love the classics
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This film should remind everyone that our fathers and our fathers' fathers live through us. We all should do our best to respect and protect their legacy and ensure its continuation. This is a responsibility that Simba needed to be reminded of by a ghost. We in turn can be reminded of it by this film.
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So now here's the question: Which is better? Hans Zimmer or Alen Menken? Both have  had their share of epic music in the 90's, and both specifically worked on Disney movies. 
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At about 4:43 Mufasa - "REMEMBER".... Epic
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4:20 Dont cry! I don't gonna fkn cry! 5:29 :'''')
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+Scizzr same here:)... I'm 23 too and I can't hide my emotions when watching this movie. This reminds me of everything I loved in being a kid.:''')
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4:52 . OMG . This moment is awesome and so emotional !
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Shaolin Soccer soundtrack brought me to 4:20
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LoL it's true, Shaolin Soccer's soundtrack is really similar to this @ 4:20 !!
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Yea, i love these kind of soundtrack
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You feel old yet? This movie came almost 20 years ago!
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+LunaChick415 Yeah I know, I miss those days
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+R3fug33 Almost the same age as the movie lol.
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Friday is Nostalgia Day! Come back to the early 90's with me!
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I'm getting goosies over here! I'm getting goosies!
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This combined with the ending scene is one of THE BEST combinations of an emotional film with a soundtrack that could easily match the beauty of the heavens. Crazy crazy feels :D :')
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Crying ....Crying and still crying Child hood 
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Damn, people, stop saying kids nowadays won't know how superb the movies of our childhood were. Just show them the Lion King instead of putting them before the TV and letting them choose what's good for them. Simple as that. Don't fucking blame your kids for you not being good parents enough.
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this gives me chills and my hair sticks up whenever i hear this, this is music from heaven
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Crazily epic and amazing...brings a tear to my eyes.
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Swahili amd zimmer...epic winner since 1994
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I have seen it many times and I lost count of it. It is so refreshing to watch this movie. Love it.
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Basically, in the Princess and The Frog, the princess and the prince were frogs like 90% of the time, so it's no wonder why it didn't work as well as they thought. I just hope they do one more time a 2D animated movie like in the old times. It had some kind of strange and great vibe attached to it!
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I still to this day think that this is the best soundtrack Hans Zimmer has ever composed.
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I saw the 2014 Germany v. Argentina ad, I just wanted to say, MESSI!!! Go Argentina!! C:
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Agh the memories, the sweet , sweet memories * gets to 4:20 *  * cries a little  * :')
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