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A Girl Worth Fighting For- Mulan
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The refrain to the song in Mulan II is sung after the war is over, and the trio find an enemy they cannot beat: the Matchmaker , who throws them out and calls them a lost cause for love, before slamming the door on them and throwing the teapot at Ling , telling them not to come back until they "get personalities". All Yao wanted was a girl who worships the dirt he walks on which is saying a lot on account of his ape-like structure and permanent black eye. Ling asked for a girl who loves to laugh but "tells it to him straight" in thinking him a god. Chien Po wants the kind of girl who would cook for him morning, noon, and night, and not mind if he picks off of her plate. Figuring they do not need the "snooty dragon lady" and that they could find soul mates for themselves, the trio sing the new version of the song in their first attempt to win a woman's heart, only for Ling to get beaten up when a lady is disgusted by his chopstick-nose-trick, and while mourning their failure over lunch, they end up kicked out of a restaurant for accidentally starting a bar-fight. The song ends there, just before Mulan and Shang give those three the assignment of being bodyguards for three princesses who eventually become the girls of the trio's dreams. Army: For a long time, we've been marching off to battle Yao: In our thund'ring herd, We feel a lot like cattle Army: Like the pounding beat, Our aching feet aren't easy to ignore Ling: Hey, think of instead A girl worth fighting for Mulan: Huh?
A Girl Worth Fighting For (Mulan II)
Lyricist David Zippel and composer Matthew Wilder were hired by Disney to write songs for Mulan , based on the belief that the pair could "give kind of different sound to each of the songs". Zippel described the abrupt end of the song as "a really powerful moment"; Wilder noted that the song's ending "directly inspired and informed the narrative and how the animators would bring that moment to life". During the recording process, Wilder provided the singing voice for the character Ling, when Gedde Watanabe was not able to provide adequate vocals for the song.
SCENE 5: STRETCHED TO THE LIMIT - Angelica awoke to her face being smacked, she started to scream but he was there, pushing a thick rolled up and knotted bandanna between her lips. Her arms were stretched up over her head and tied behind her. Her ankles were bound to the legs of the chair and her thighs were parted. This was getting bad and she needed a way out.