Encanto Lyrics Quiz – Finish The Encanto Lyrics

<span class="author-by">by</span> Samantha <span class="author-surname">Stratton</span>

by Samantha Stratton

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Take this Encanto Lyrics Quiz to find out can you finish the lyrics. We update the quiz regularly and it’s the most accurate among the other quizzes.

The Encanto Songs Made the Film So Magical! ‘We Don’t Talk About Bruno,’ Among Other Songs

The Encanto songs are arguably the best part of Disney’s Encanto, aside from the crucial Colombian representation. The songs tell the majority of the story, from the incredibly, indelibly catchy “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” to the all-too-relatable “Surface Pressure” to the heartwarming “Colombia Mi Encanto.” They flesh out the characters, move the plot forward, and bring you closer to the action. Get the lowdown on all of the Encanto songs below, but beware of potential film spoilers! (If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s currently available on Disney+.)

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What are the titles of the Encanto songs?

The Encanto songs in the film are “The Family Madrigal,” “Waiting on a Miracle,” “Surface Pressure,” and “Waiting on a Miracle.” “We Don’t Talk About Bruno,” “What Else Can I Do?,” and “What Else Can I Do?” “Colombia, Mi Encanto,” “Dos Oruguitas,” and “All of You” are among the songs.

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“The Madrigal of the Family”

“The Family Madrigal” is the first song in Encanto, and it introduces Mirabel Madrigal (voiced by Stephanie Beatriz of Brooklyn Nine-Nine fame) to her magical Madrigal family and each of their gifts. Lin-Manuel Miranda, the song’s composer, told The Los Angeles Times that “The Family Madrigal” was inspired by “Belle,” the first song featured in the Disney animated film Beauty and the Beast. She sings the song as an outsider looking in on everyone else’s magical abilities, avoiding answering when asked about her own. Also, you must try to play this Encanto lyrics quiz.

“Waiting for a Miracle”

Mirabel (Beatriz) sings “Waiting on a Miracle” after her family ignores her — and she watches her young cousin receive a magical gift on his fifth birthday while still believing she lacks superpowers. Mirabel laments her inability to blend in with the rest of the magical Madrigals.

“Surface Pressure”

Jessica Darrow performs the Encanto song “Surface Pressure” as Luisa, the Madrigal family’s “strong one.” Luisa believes she cannot show any signs of weakness at any time and must maintain her composure while smashing boulders, lifting impossible weights, and dealing with everyone else’s problems. “Under the surface, I feel berserk as a tightrope walker in a three-ring circus / Under the surface / Was Hercules ever like ‘Yo, I don’t want to fight Cerberus?’ / Under the surface, I’m pretty sure I’m worthless if I can’t be of sеrvice,” Luisa sings of her own crippling inner insecurity and codependency. But you shouldn’t waste any more time and start this Encanto lyrics quiz.

“Surface Pressure” peaked at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100.

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Miranda stated that “Surface Pressure” was inspired by his own real-life sister. “That song is my love letter and apology to my sister,” he explained on PBS NewsHour. I saw my sister deal with the pressures of being the oldest and bearing burdens I never had to bear… “I poured all of my angst and moments into Luisa.”

“We Don’t Discuss Bruno”

“We Don’t Talk About Bruno,” ironically, features all of the Madrigal family members discussing Bruno. Bruno, portrayed as a villain, is regarded as a bit of a curse on the brood, with the family believing that when he tells a family member of their future, they are locked into the worst imaginable version of that fate. Each family member is given a solo to discuss their own interactions with and beliefs about the family outcast (played by John Leguizamo).

“We Don’t Talk About Bruno” surpassed Frozen staple “Let It Go” as the highest-charting song from a Disney film in the twenty-first century, debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and dethroning chart queen Adele!

In early drafts of the film, Bruno was named Oscar, but Miranda requested that the name be changed to Bruno to accommodate the “no, no, no” refrain.

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