The Lion King: Be Prepared | Sing-A-Long | Disney

Be prepared for the coup of the century and get ready to sing along with Scar to the lyrics of “Be Prepared” from The Lion King.

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55 thoughts on “The Lion King: Be Prepared | Sing-A-Long | Disney”

    1. Hey man! You are completely correct! I did not mean to say that he was weak, frail or a wimp. But it’s a classical character/role. The scheming, cunning brother to the “noble” king/prince, using his abilities to manipulate and deceive. That story is repeated MANY times through history and fiction, and it’s one I really enjoy. No matter how good, noble and brave you are – if you can’t plot and scheme, then someone WILL take you down. And so, I agree – in a way he is the strongest, but would probably not win a popularity contest among the people. I think Disney did great in creating these to different sides of kingship – The popular hero, and the scheming rogue in the shadows. But the rogue will always seem more “feminine” than his brave, masculine (even foolhardy) brother. Cheers! 😀

    2. Ralith Ralob I do agree these roles have been repeated. But I do believe if his back story was tweaked at he could win an popularly contest he tells people what they want to hear to get what he wants so with conference I can say if he told people what they wanted to hear people would like him much more then his brother

  1. Best villain song ever. I don’t think Disney will ever top the song itself, or the accompanying visual performance. It’s sinister incarnate, and entertaining with replayability.

    1. +02 S L Seeing as how I made this comment in 2018, you could’ve assumed that I’ve seen Hunchback. While I was impressed, it wasn’t enough for me to consider it better personally. It all comes down to entertainment. Both embody the sinister nature of the villains TOTALLY, and send chills up your spine from the lyrics, animation, instrumentals, to the actors’ delivery from start to finish. There’s no mistaking they are equal in that regard.

      However! Be Prepared does this, yet still remains completely entertaining probably because it’s a little more upbeat. That’s why it comes out ahead for me. Hellfire is saturated with…the essence of Christianity, which is fine, I’m sure that was deliberate, but it leaves the song feeling too heavy as a result. And that lasts until the movie picks up and diffuses all that tension with more lighthearted matters.

    1. Heil Scar;D Disney really did a good job on this movie. Not just the animation and music, but also all the “hidden” symbolism. It really props the movie up to even higher levels.

    2. Ralith Ralob isn’t their going to be a live action? If so, i have no idea what their plans with this song will be. It would be cool though

    1. but… he IS pretty awesome…

      i don’t even understand why he’s my favorite disney character of all time. he will be my favorite for a long time, if not forever, but i don’t know why 🤔

  2. Scar:
    *B*
    *BE*
    *BE P*
    *BE PR*
    *BE PRE*
    *BE PREP*
    *BE PREPA*
    *BE PREPAR*
    *BE PREPARE*
    *BE PREPARED!*
    *BE PREPARE*
    *BE PREPAR*
    *BE PREPA*
    *BE PREP*
    *BE PRE*
    *BE PR*
    *BE P*
    *BE*
    *B*
    Ya know I personally thought someone would think of this comment before me… meh

    1. It’s a good song. It makes you a healthy, normal and sane human being – And the animation and symbolism is also excellent, which affects us human beings in funny ways.

  3. I think this is the perfect villain song. The whole movie, you know Scar’s the villain, and you’re wondering how he could put any sort of plot together and get away with it, let alone get others to help him. Then this song plays and all you can think is ‘Oh. That’s how.’

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