Dancing to the Wedding Drum is a deleted scene and deleted song from the Disney feature film Pocahontas. Pocahontas is seen at the river with Meeko and Flit. She tells them that she is not sure if Kocoum is the right husband for her. She plans to quietly go see her father to talk to him about it. However, the second she enters the village she is serenaded by the people who are excited for the daughter of the chief's wedding. They give her gifts and compliment how lovely of a bride she will be; just like her mother. During the song she comes across Kocoum (who had a very different personality at this time of the movie development). He kindly asks her why she left the village without telling him. Pocahontas tells him that she was only at the river. Kocoum then asks her "How am I supposed to protect my wife if I don't know where she is?". She responds that she isn't his wife yet, and he tells her that will soon be different. He leads her to the house (and roughly throws Meeko outside). He shows her the house he had just finished building and tells her he will always keep her safe and protect her. As she tries to sneak away from him, the villagers spot her as the song ends.