“I Can Go The Distance” is the theme song for Disney’s 1994 film “The Lion King”. It was written by Carmen Twillie, Julie Taymor and Lebo M., with music composed by Hans Zimmer. The lyrics are sung in Swahili, Zulu, Xhosa and Latin.
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This is a blog post about the song I Can Go The Distance from “The Lion King” 1994. It was written by Carmen Twillie, Julie Taymor and Lebo M., with music composed by Hans Zimmer. The lyrics are sung in Swahili, Zulu, Xhosa and Latin. This particular song has been covered many times around the world but this version stands out as one of my favorites for its simplicity yet powerful message that we all can go the distance if we just believe enough- including ourselves!
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I CAN GO THE DISTANCE by Roger Bart, Original Cast of The Lion King Musical: Broadway Records 1992
The sun will come out tomorrow
Bet your bottom dollar that all the clouds will roll away.
I can go the distance, I’ll just wait for a day when you’re gone.
No matter how many dawns pass before my work is done.There’s no doubt in my mind or heart and if everything goes right My dreams should be coming true… Someday soon!Recorded by Christy Carlson Romano as Nala on DisneyMania IV: Music from The Lion King II Simba’s Pride (1999)
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i can go with ease lion king musical lyrics|i’ll just wait for a day when you’re gone, no matter how many dawns pass before my work is done record here: __________________________.there’s no doubt in my mind or heart and if everything goes right my dreams should be coming true… someday soon!… recorded by Christy Carlson Romano as Nala on DisneyMania IV: Music from The Lion King II Simba’s Pride (1999)
I CAN GO THE DISTANCE – Originally sung by R&B/Pop singer Roger Bart, this song was written especially for The Lion King Musical. This recording appears on the second disc of the Original Broadway Cast Recording.
I CAN GO WITH EASE: Nala sings this song to herself in Act I, Scene VI after being told she will be a Queen someday by Zazu (aka “the bird who tells us stuff”).
It is sung again in Act II during her conversation with Rafiki (“The Monkey King”) and at least twice more before it is over. The first time, she’s saying that even if Simba doesn’t come back from his exile soon enough for them to have children together before they are too old, there’ll still be plenty of other kings out there so he can just pick someone else or become king himself. The third time might not technically count because it’s a song sung by the chorus of animals in order to comfort her.
What is it about? This song appears to be written from a woman’s point-of-view, and may explore Nala’s feelings over being told that she will not have children with Simba. The first time this song is heard, Nala seems confident that if there are other kings who would like to become king they can do so or just appoint someone else instead. However, when Zazu asks what should happen if no one steps forward, he gets an answer: “Then I’ll go the distance.”
This might be ambiguous as some people think she means figuratively while others take it literally–if nobody wants to marry her then she will raise her own children.
In the end, she apparently does go the distance–as Simba and Nala’s son never marries or has any heirs of his own, so it is implied that he passes on to her descendants instead.