Tarzan

Rice continued working in the Disney universe teaming up with pop legend <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002595" title="Elton John" href="/topic/entertainment/music/elton-john-PECLB002595.topic">Elton John</a> for 1994’s “The Lion King,” winning an Oscar for “Can You Feel the Love Tonight.” Other hit tunes include the soaring “Circle of Life” and “Hakuna Matata.”<br>
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Menken returned to the Disney fold teaming up with lyricist Stephen Schwartz for 1995’s “<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST002287" title="Pocahontas" href="/topic/arts-culture/culture/pocahontas-PEHST002287.topic">Pocahontas</a>,” which featured the Academy Award-winning tune “Colors of the Wind.’<br>
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And for 1999’s “Tarzan,” pop star <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB001087" title="Phil Collins" href="/topic/entertainment/music/phil-collins-PECLB001087.topic">Phil Collins</a> wrote the songs about the legendary swinger including the Academy Award winner “You’ll Be in My Heart.”
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Rice continued working in the Disney universe teaming up with pop legend Elton John for 1994’s “The Lion King,” winning an Oscar for “Can You Feel the Love Tonight.” Other hit tunes include the soaring “Circle of Life” and “Hakuna Matata.”

Menken returned to the Disney fold teaming up with lyricist Stephen Schwartz for 1995’s “Pocahontas,” which featured the Academy Award-winning tune “Colors of the Wind.’

And for 1999’s “Tarzan,” pop star Phil Collins wrote the songs about the legendary swinger including the Academy Award winner “You’ll Be in My Heart.”

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