The song, originally called "Lullaby" is used in a scene when Tarzan's adoptive gorilla mother Kala sings that her baby should stop crying because she will protect her baby, and keep him safe and warm. She says everything will be fine and she tells him that "you will be in my heart always". In the movie the song ends on the first verse, the full version of the song on the soundtrack album notes that others don't understand why a mother and child who are so different can love each other. When destiny calls, the child is told he must be strong even if the parent is not with him. The song is one of only two songs within Disney's Tarzan to have a part performed by an actual character (the other being "Trashin' the Camp" which the character's role in the song can be classified as scat singing). The rest of the songs were performed by Collins himself and overlaid into the movie. The full song is finally played all together during the end credits.
The Revenant starts by showing Deakins at work before zooming out to pick up on the melancholic mood for the rest of the movie. In 1685, a fierce snowstorm kept the French army near death in the frozen fields of Brittany. When the French do manage to break out alive, a vicious and bawdy-looking revenant (Deakins) finds its way in with them. All of the other characters in the film are in some way connected to the fictional Jean Valjean, the man who has served as their conscience for the entire life of the film. By Leo Varadkar d2c66b5586