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A rock song about the animation studio that lasted from 1985 until 2006, known as Disney Pictures.
I've seen Disney pictures,
Well, I saw Oliver and Company just the other day.
And I couldn't help but look your way.
You've got this special look,
That has got me completely watched.
Disney Pictures on TV, Disney pictures everywhere,
Disney Pictures on TV, everywhere I stare,
Disney Pictures on TV,
On the TV and on the computer.
I'm in a animated room and I can not find the Great Mouse Detective
Will this feeling ever go away?
Or will this feeling stay?
Will this feeling ever go away?
Because I can't live the rest of my life this way.
I see Chicken Little in the movies in the sky,
I see The Great Mouse Detective before my eyes,
I see Oliver and Company before everywhere,
And I don't know what to do.

Disney Pictures
Copyright Why Should I Worry Company.

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