Disney films have been famed for their cinematic magic for generations, but the musical films have also played a big role in many people's childhoods.

There have been countless songs from Disney films woven into the fabric of our lives - from 'A Spoonful of Sugar' from 'Mary Poppins' to 'When You Wish Upon a Star' from 'Pinocchio' and even recently, 'Frozen''s 'Let It Go'.

Radio Times recently ran a poll to find what people deem the most uplifting songs on the Disney+ streaming service, and the victorious tune won't come as a surprise to too many.

'The Bare Necessities' from 'The Jungle Book' took 40% of the poll to beat off stiff competition from two other classics - 'You've Got a Friend in Me' from 'Toy Story' and 'Hakuna Matata' from 'The Lion King', which polled 29% each.

The song, which of course is sung by Mowgli and Baloo the bear in the film, was written by Terry Gilkyson.

However, 'Hakuna Matata' polled best with the 16-34 year demographic, beating 'Moana' songs 'You’re Welcome' and 'How Far I’ll Go' into second place in that age category.

For now, though, this tune will set you up nicely for the week...