The Evil Queen finds herself singing against her will, so she consults the Magic Mirror for help in stopping it. However, much to her annoyance, she finds out that a spell has been cast to make everyone in the Enchanted Forest break out into song. To provet it, the Magic Mirror shows her all the people affected by the spell. With each mirror she checks, she is either annoyed or disgusted. Eventually, the Magic Mirror shows Snow and Charming singing the end of Powerful Magic, causing her a headache. In agony, the Queen yells for the Magic Mirror to stop showing all the singing.
Evil Queen: Mirror, mirror on the wall
I’m tortured by some spell
Mirror, mirror on the wall
Please, save me from this hell
Magic Mirror: Snow and Charming made a wish
Now everything has changed
Evil Queen: Oh great, you’re singing too
This whole thing is deranged
Magic Mirror: A spell as strong as this
Won’t be easy to defeat
Your curse might not succeed
With your kingdom’s singing songs so sweet
Grumpy: It’s time to work, let’s go
Not a thing to make me bristle
With a heigh, heigh, heigh and a ho, ho, ho
I’ll mine that mine and whistle
Geppetto: He’s really not a toy
There’s a lifetime to enjoy
The happy things
he’s got no strings
‘Cause he’s my real boy
(Jiminy Cricket chirps)
Granny: La la
Princess on her way
La la, though I’m old and gray
Happy times are here to stay
Snow White & Charming: Seems we found a lucky break
Now let our song show the powerful magic… we can make!
Evil Queen: Enough!
- The Queen's first lines go in rhythm of the music and her footsteps.
- The singing spell is implied to force people to sing; the Queen says she's tortured by it, meaning she is not singing of her own volition.
- The Magic Mirror implies that all the happiness caused by the singing spell might prevent the Dark Curse from being cast.
- Grumpy's verse refers to "Heigh-Ho".
- Geppetto's verse refers to "I've Got No Strings".