Following from the “You Can Fly!” volume, the next part of the Disney’s Sing-Along Songs is a collection of well-known Christmas songs called, appropriately, “Very Merry Christmas Songs” (1988). Since this is composed of songs that aren’t necessarily tied to Disney itself in any way, we’ll go on ahead and make a list of the following Sing-Along Songs volume from 1989, entitled “Fun with Music”. Source media is also noted, as with the previous volumes.
- Fun with Music (from The Mickey Mouse Club TV show)
- Why Should I Worry? (from 1988’s Oliver and Company)
- With a Bird and a Song (from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
- Let’s All Sing Like the Birdies Sing (from the Enchanted Tiki Room attraction in Disneyland Park)
- Cruella de Vil (from 1961’s 101 Dalmatians)
- All in the Golden Afternoon (from 1951’s Alice in Wonderland)
- Strolling Through the Park (from the 1941 Mickey and Minnie Mouse short The Nifty Nineties)
- Boo Boo Boo (from the 1962 special cartoon featurette A Symposium of Popular Songs)
- The Green with Envy Blues (from Adventures in Color in the Disney TV anthologies)
- Good Company (from Oliver and Company)
- Blue Danube Waltz (from the animated short Square Peg in a Round Hole)
- Old MacDonald Had a Band (from the 1953 short Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom where Professor Owl and his class originated)
- Scales and Arpeggios (from The Aristocats)
- Reprise Conclusion (1989): Why Should I Worry?
- Reprise Conclusion (101 Notes of Fun repackaging): Cruella de Vil
This volume of Disney’s Sing-Along Songs was later repackaged as 101 Notes of Fun and included with the home release of the 1997 animated feature Hercules. In that version, “Cruella de Vil” was added to the song list and replaces “Why Should I Worry?” while “Let’s All Sing Like the Birdies Sing” was removed.