“Nothing Can Stop Us Now!” Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway Theme Now Available For Download

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If you have been one of the lucky ones to ride Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway this week, you no doubt have a certain song stuck in your head.

For those of you that can’t get “Nothing Can Stop Us Now” from exiting your day to day humming, it’s finally available for download wherever you stream or download music. You can find the song that plays at various places through the ride as well as in the pre-show on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, and Amazon Music just to name a few.

Spotify:

Apple Music:

Google Play

Well, what are you waiting for? Grab a blueberry pie and a picnic basket and head enjoy this catchy cartoon tune!

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A catchy little tune with a period feel from the fun of the Roaring Twenties…

Questionable words however imply an outlook of Disney itself as it buys up mega media giants in the billions of dollars, and morphs from a beloved quaint family company, into what seems to many as a greedy power seeking monster seeking to control the world.

An arrogance is portrayed as the song is sung proclaiming NOTHING CAN STOP US NOW.

Perhaps Coronavirus can.

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Put that song and Small world song in continual loop. Hello straight jacket and padded room :-)

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Just so we’re clear. We went from hearing songs from some of the most famous musicals of the 20th century to listening to this garbage that’s played on a loop while we try to figure out what’s happening on this colorful nightmare of a “ride”. I’m not mad, I’m just disappointed!