film: the prince of egypt

Deliver Us
Hans Zimmer, Ofra Haza, and Eden Riegel
Deliver Us

“Deliver Us,” composed by Hans Zimmer and performed by Ofra Haza and Eden Riegel, from The Prince of Egypt

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Moses was born to a Hebrew Slave named Yocheved, in a time when male Hebrew babies were being taken and ruthlessly killed by Egyptian soldiers, as ordered by Pharaoh Seti I. Yocheved tried to save her newborn child by placing him in a basket and setting it afloat the Nile. Moses survived the river, and was found and adopted by Tuya, the Egyptian Queen.


DreamWorks ladies:

I had to make this cause it really pisses me off when people talk about Disney princesses/ladies often but for get rests of the ladies from the other animation companies. 

Seriously guys! They need some love too!


Brian Stokes Mitchell and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir sing “Through Heaven’s Eyes” (music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz) from The Prince of Egypt.

You guys I just cried a little bit watching this. B-Stokes is having so much fun.

Also, when the camera found that girl who was singing along in the audience.

Also, A+ song Stephen Schwartz. Good for you.