"Song of the South" is the titular song of the 1946 film of the same name. It was written by Sam Coslow and Arthur Johnston.

It is sung during the opening credits, with a brief reprise being heard at the very end of the film.


Song of the South

Your music weaves a magic spell

Song of the South

I see the scenes I know so well

Cottonwoods in blossom

Over my cabin door

Pale moonlight on a field of white

You bring them back once more

I seem to hear those gentle voices calling low

Out of the long, long ago

This heart of mine is in the heart of Dixie

That's where I belong

Singing a song, a Song of the South.


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Song of the South Logo
Song of the SouthOne Hour in Wonderland
Disney Parks
Mickey Mouse RevueSplash Mountain

Entertainment: Mickey's Gift of Dreams
Parade: Disney's Dreams On Parade: Moving OnJubilation!
Firework: Fantasy in the SkyRemember... Dreams Come TrueWorld of Color: Celebrate!

JohnnyUncle RemusGinny FaversTobySallyGrandmotherAunt TempyJohnMr. FaversMrs. FaversMaidFavers BrothersBr'er RabbitBr'er FoxBr'er BearBr'er FrogBr'er TerrapinMother PossumMr. Bluebird
Song of the SouthThat's What Uncle Remus SaidZip-a-Dee-Doo-DahWho Wants to Live Like That?Let the Rain Pour DownHow Do You Do?Sooner or LaterEverybody Has a Laughing PlaceAll I Want
GeorgiaBriar PatchChickapin Hill
See Also
Disney Sing Along Songs: Zip-a-Dee-Doo-DahTar Baby