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"The Journey" is the opening song from the 1977 animated feature, The Rescuers.

Background

It is played when Penny sends her message in a bottle out to sea, where it eventually lands in New York. The full opening credits play all over the illustrated song sequence by the visual development artist, Mel Shaw.

Most of the song is instrumental with a chorus.

Lyrics

[Song starts with an instrumental interlude]

Female (Shelby Flint Singing): Who will rescue me?

Instrumental and Chorus bridge

Female (With Chorus vocalizing): Who will rescue me?

Who will rescue me?

[Instrumental and Chorus bridge]

Female: I'm lost at sea without a friend,

[Chorus interlude]

This journey, will it ever end?

Who will rescue me?
Rescue me?
Rescue me?
Rescue me?


v - e - d
The rescuers logo
Media
Films and Television: The RescuersThe Rescuers Down UnderHouse of MouseVideo

Music: Soundtrack
Books: Classic StorybookDisney's Wonderful World of ReadingLittle Golden Book

Characters
BernardMiss BiancaChairmouseLouis (deleted) • RufusPennyMadame MedusaMr. SnoopsCruella De Vil (deleted) • OrvilleBrutus and NeroEllie MaeLukeEvinrudeDeadeyeDiggerGrampsDeacon OwlBatsThe OrphansPenny's Adoptive ParentsJakeCodyCody's MotherFalooNelsonMarahutePercival McLeachJoannaSparkyFrancoisWilburDr. MouseFrankKrebbsRedBaitmouseThe RazorbackTwisterCrocodiles
Objects
Penny's Teddy BearDevil's EyeMcLeach's Bushwacker
Locations
Devil's BayouNew YorkMorningside OrphanageMedusa's Pawn ShopAustraliaAustralian OutbackAbandoned Opal MineRescue Aid Society
Songs
The JourneyRescue Aid SocietyTomorrow is Another DaySomeone's Waiting For You

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