An american tail somewhere out there
Somewhere Out There (from an American Tail) Sheet Music by Linda Ronstadt
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Somewhere Out There is a song that Fievel and Tanya both sing one night while Fievel is lost in New York City, neither knowing that the other is also singing the song. Fievel sings because he knows his family is out there and he wants to find them, and Tanya sings because she refuses to believe that Fievel is dead. Linda Ronstadt and the late James Ingram also recorded a pop version of the song that was very popular when the film came out, peaking at 2 on the Billboard Hot chart in March and 4 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The song had a lasting legacy in Hollywood, one that it doesn't often get traced back to. Disney began to include songs like this with The Little Mermaid , and continues to utilize the trope to the present day. Tanya Mousekewitz also sings this song when she gets older, and is shown singing it out a window at the beginning of the film. This is not unlike the old trope of a cat getting things thrown at it as it meows on a fence.
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Somewhere Out There
Steven Spielberg , the film's producer, invited songwriters Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil to collaborate with James Horner on four songs for its soundtrack, to be completed in a four-week timeframe. The composers "felt no pressure to come up with a radio-friendly hit" and were surprised when Spielberg felt the song had Top 40 hit potential and recruited world-renowned recording artists, Linda Ronstadt and James Ingram , to record a pop version of it for the film's closing credits. In January the song returned Ronstadt to the Top 40 after a four-year absence to eventually peak at number 2 that March. The music video for the song was directed, produced and edited by Jeffrey Abelson. It was filmed in New York City and features Ronstadt and Ingram, in two separate rooms, sitting at their desks, drawing and coloring scenes from the film. They both look out the windows, in the same manner as Fievel and Tanya in it. Clips from it appear throughout the video.