On the other side of the moonLie the dear old songs that we love the best.
Ever so far, beyond the last little star,
There's a land, I know,
Where the good songs go,
Where it's always afternoon,
And snug in a haven of peace and rest
—"The Land Where The Good Songs Go" (by Jerome Kern and P. G. Wodehouse)
A song about an idealized, far-off place, real, imaginary or merely notional, often at a specific time. Often, the title will include the words "Somewhere" or "Out/Up/Over There".
- "Out There" from The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
- "Part Of Your World" from The Little Mermaid.
- "Up There" from South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut, in which Satan sings that he wants to be somewhere sweeter.
- "In A World Of My Own" from Alice in Wonderland.
- "The Second Star to the Right" from Peter Pan.
- "Somewhere Out There" from An American Tail.
- "Upendi" from The Lion King 2.
- "Just Around the Riverbend" from Pocahontas.
- "When Will My Life Begin?" from Tangled.
- "Go the Distance" from |Hercules.
- "Bali Hai" from South Pacific
- "How Are Things In Glocca Morra?" from Finian's Rainbow.
- "Somewhere" from West Side Story.
- "Castle On A Cloud" from Les Misérables.
- "Normandy" from Once Upon a Mattress.
- "Santa Fe" from Rent
- "Solla Sollew" from Seussical The Musical.
- "Somewhere That's Green" from Little Shop of Horrors
- "Never Never Land" from Peter Pan.
- "Maybe" from Annie.
- "Put On Your Sunday Clothes" from Hello, Dolly! (about New York).
- "Sal Tlay Ka Siti" from "The Book of Mormon".
- "There's a World" from "Next to Normal".
- "Beyond the Sea"
- The old folk song "Rock Candy Mountain"
- "Virginia" by Jeremy Messersmith
- "Youkali" by Kurt Weill
- The song Sam sings in Cirith Ungol, beginning with the lines "In Western Lands beneath the Sun/The flowers may rise in Spring..."
- In A Very Potter Musical, Draco starts to sing a song about Pigfarts, but is cut off by Voldemort.
- "Fantasia" by Stratovarius.