Although "Colors of the Wind" might be pieced together by a whimsical woodwind instrumental, its monologue is not to be taken lightly. Tackling themes of racism, violence, and colonialism, "Colors of the Wind" might be one of the most political Disney Princess songs. Granted, the song never gets too heavy handed and is probably known for the series of questions Pocahontas asks John Smith. Have you ever heard the wolf cry to the blue corn moon? Asked the grinning bobcat why he grinned? Can you sing with all the voices of the mountains? Probably not. But if you haven't joined Pocahontas in painting the colors of the wind, then you've been deprived of one of the most iconic Disney songs ever.