It's because, according to the actor, he's been singing it nonstop all year long. Ever since his 2-year-old daughter Tiana listened to "You're Welcome," she's been mercilessly begging her father to sing it over and over again -- all while refusing to believe her father voiced Maui in the movie. And, just as Tiana has a hard time believing that her father sang the original song, Johnson is also struggling to understand how "You're Welcome" hit such a major milestone. Admitting that he usually has "a cool and calm demeanor when I hear good news," the announcement from the Recording Industry Association of America about his now-4x platinum song made him freak out. To prove that the 2-year-old remains obstinate, Johnson posted a new video of him singing the song before asking little Tia, "Is Daddy Maui? Culture November 16, Dwayne Johnson thanks 2-year-old daughter after 'Moana' hit song, 'You're Welcome,' goes 4x platinum. By Megan Stone. Editor's Picks 1. Dwayne Johnson sends message singing 'Moana' song to 3-year-old battling leukemia. Dwayne Johnson pays tribute to his late father in touching post.
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After Maui abandons Moana and leaves her stranded, Moana is on the brink of losing hope. Then Gramma Tala's spirit appears and, seeing Moana's hesitation to return home, urges her granddaughter to listen to what her heart is saying. While seeing her wayfinding ancestors in spirit form, Moana realizes that her love of both is one and the same and is what brought herself and her people to where they are. She finally realizes that because of who she is, she is truly the one capable of restoring balance to the world. Gramma Tala: I know a girl from an island She stands apart from the crowd She loves the sea and her people She makes her whole family proud Sometimes, the world seems against you The journey may leave a scar But scars can heal and reveal just Where you are The people you love will change you The things you have learned will guide you And nothing on Earth can silence The quiet voice still inside you And when that voice starts to whisper, "Moana, you've come so far" "Moana, listen" "Do you know who you are? I am a girl who loves my island I'm the girl who loves the sea It calls me I am the daughter of the village chief We are descended from voyagers Who found their way across the world They call me I've delivered us to where we are I have journeyed farther I am everything I've learned and more Still it calls me And the call isn't out there at all It's inside me It's like the tide Always falling and rising I will carry you here in my heart You remind me That come what may I know the way I am Moana!
The soundtrack was released by Walt Disney Records on November 19, The two-disc deluxe edition includes the score , which was composed by Mancina, as well as demos, outtakes and instrumental karaoke tracks. The record also produced two singles. The album debuted on the Billboard chart at number 16 and peaked at number 2, kept off the top spot by The Weeknd 's Starboy. For the soundtrack, Disney wanted to combine traditional South Pacific culture with pop and Broadway sensibilities, which led to the hiring of Broadway playwright, songwriter and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda , composer Mark Mancina and Tokelauan singer-songwriter Opetaia Foa'i. The first song they completed was "We Know the Way", which Foa'i began after his first meeting with Disney in December The trio worked together in New Zealand and in Los Angeles. In addition to guitars and strings, the score features Polynesian vocals and percussion, woodwinds made from bamboo from the South Pacific, and traditional hide-covered Tyka drums.