Salagadoola mechicka boola bibbidi-bobbidi-boo! Put 'em together and what have you got? This song comes up during the scene where Cinderella is at her lowest point. She's just been told she can't go to ball after all because her stepsisters have conveniently destroyed her dress. It's hard out there for an orphan. Suddenly her Fairy Godmother appears and offers to make everything all better with just a little bit of magic. It's all very fun and, well, enchanting. The lyrics on "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" are pretty much totally nonsense. Fairy Godmother is spewing out a bunch of spells that are clearly doing stuff but don't actually mean anything. As opposed to the spells in say, the Harry Potter books, which have roots in Latin words, so they are understandable magic spells.
Introduced in the film Cinderella , and performed by actress Verna Felton , the song is about the Fairy Godmother transforming an orange pumpkin into a white carriage, four brown mice into white horses, a gray horse into a white-haired coachman, and a brown dog into a white-haired footman. Disney used the song once again in their remake of Cinderella which starred Lily James in the leading role. The song was performed by Helena Bonham Carter , who plays Fairy Godmother, and was the final song of the movie, playing with the end credits. Bonham Carter's version can also be found as the 30th song on the original movie soundtrack. It was recorded on November 7, and released by RCA Victor Records as a 78 rpm single catalog number B and as a 45rpm single catalog number B. The recording reached number 14 on the Billboard chart. The record first reached the Billboard charts on December 16, and lasted 7 weeks on the chart, peaking at number It was backed with " Echoes " on the flip side. On the Cash Box Best-Selling Record charts, where all versions were combined, the song reached number 7. The lyrics of the song, as with the title, are composed nearly entirely of nonsense.
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It was introduced in the Disney animated feature film, Cinderella , performed by the Fairy Godmother Verna Felton. It was nominated for AFI's Years It was recorded on November 7 , , and released by RCA Victor Records as a 78 rpm single catalog number B and as a 45rpm single catalog number B.
The recording reached 14 on the Billboard chart. The record first reached the Billboard charts on December 16 , , and lasted 7 weeks on the chart, peaking at It was backed with "Echoes" on the flip side. In the House of Mouse episode " House of Magic ", Jafar and Iago use the famous magic spell Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo to return the House of Mouse after Daisy magically causes it to vanish, and were tricked by Mickey to receive Agrabah as a reward for their good deeds.
The lyrics of the song, as with the title, are composed nearly entirely of gibberish, featuring the title of the song. The recording, however, has several extra English lines that were not used in the animated film , including: "If your mind is in a dither, and your heart is in a haze, I'll haze your dither, and dither your haze, with a magic phrase", and "if you're chased around by trouble, and followed by a jinx, I'll jinx your trouble, and trouble your jinx, in less than forty winks.
Salago-doola Menchicka boola Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo Put 'em together And what have you got? In this version, it was sung by Helena Bonham Carter. It can be heard during the credits of the film. Television: A Poem Is Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page.
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