Lyrics to a song in lady and the tramp 2.?
how many songs are there? I am looking for a specific one. the girl sings it. and I think she says homerbound or something in the song. Help I need the lyrics.
- The song was originally in a musical called "Babes in Arms," so maybe the song has something to do with the plot. I think he's using the word "tramp" sarcastically.00
"Welcome Home" - performed by the chorus, Jeff Bennett, Jodi Benson, Kath Soucie, Jim Cummings, Michael Gaugh, and Debi Derryberry. This song is the opening song for the film. It sets up the theme for the entire film - independence. The sequence ends with a Broadway-style performance of various people out in a street singing and waving. This song clearly places the town somewhere in New England, where the first film it could have been anywhere in the USA.
"World Without Fences" - performed by Roger Bart. It illustrates Scamp's desire to become a "wild dog" free from boundaries and responsibilities. Scamp is chained in the backyard. He runs around, imagining that he is not chained and is instead running through the countryside with the Junkyard Dogs. One odd part is Scamp say's there is no good way to take a bath - yet in the dream of freedom part of the song he jumps in a rainwater barrel. In one of the comic books the Tramp and his friends drink out of a barrel and Scamp said bowls are for sissys to his sisters is the only other place this fits.
"Junkyard Society Rag" - performed by Jess Harnell, Cathy Moriarty, Bill Fagerbakke, Bronson Pinchot, and Mickey Rooney. Buster sings about the junkyard in which the Junkyard Dogs make their home and about the life of the Junkyard Dogs, with the other Junkyard Dogs also offering their opinions. The sequence features the dogs travelling through the junkyard and interacting with their surroundings. Scamp trying to fit in, but always falling, bumping and at one point getting a fish bowl caught on his head.
"I Didn't Know That I Could Feel This Way" - performed by Roger Bart and Susan Egan. This is the love song of the film, showing the blossoming romance between Scamp and Angel. It features the dogs walking through the same park that Lady and Tramp walked through in the first film. At the end a scene similar to the spaghetti scene from Lady and the Tramp occurs, but with Scamp and Angel wolfing down the pasta. They do this as they are puppy like, not refined like Lady was.
"Always There" - performed by Roger Bart, Susan Egan, Jeff Bennett and Jodi Benson. Scamp realizes the importance of family and how much he misses his home. Lady and Tramp's grief over Scamp's disappearance and Angel's want for a family is highlighted. Family is the moral of the film and this song and film seek to show that we may seek to run away from our families, but should ultimately return.
"Belle Notte (This is the Night)" - duet performed by Joy Enriquez and Carlos Ponce. An updated pop music arrangement of the song played during the credits. Original 1955 song by Sonny Burke and Peggy Lee; arrangement by Robbie Buchanan.
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