Louis:
If I were a human bein', I'd head strait for New Orleans
And I'd blow this horn so hot and strong like no one they've ever seen
You've heard of Louis Armstrong, Mr. Sidney Bechet?
All those boys gonna step aside when they hear this old ex-gator play
Listen...

When I'm human, as I hope to be
I'm gonna blow this horn 'til the cows come home
And everyone's gonna bow down to me

Spoken:
Thank you, thank you...

Naveen:
When I'm myself again, I want just the life I had
A great big party every night, that doesn't sound too bad
A redhead on my left arm, a brunette on my right
A blonde or two to hold the candles, now that seems just about right
Eh, Louis?

Life is short
When you're done, you're done
We're on this earth to have some fun
And that's the way things are
(Tell it, brother!)
When I'm human, and I'm gonna be
I'm gonna tear it up like I did before
And that's a royal guarantee

Tiana:
Your modesty becomes you
And your sense of responsibility
I've worked hard for everything I've got
And that's the way it's supposed to be

When I'm a human being
At least I'll act like one
If you do your best each and every day
Good things are sure to come your way
What you give is what you get
My daddy said that, and I'll never forget
And I commend it to you

Louis, Naveen, and Tiana: When we're human, and we're gonna be
Louis: I'm gonna blow my horn...
Naveen: I'm gonna live the high life...
Tiana: I'm gonna do my best to take my place in the sun...
Louis, Naveen, and Tiana: When we're human!


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

When We're Human (The Princess and the Frog) song meanings
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