If you are looking for songs about helping, you’ve come to the right place. Here, you’ll find some of the best, from odes to friends to the uplifting “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” and “You’ve Got a Mountain High Enough.”

You’ve Got a Friend in Me

The song is about the importance of a special kind of friendship. This type of friend is always there for you, without any judgments or questions. Motivational speaker Jim Rohn described this type of friend as the one who would jump on a plane to save his friend. If he was ever in trouble, he would not let him rest until he was cleared of the charges.

The song was written and performed by Randy Newman, and it was featured as the theme song of the first Toy Story film. The song went on to become a staple of the film franchise, and was nominated for an Academy Award. Newman also received a Golden Globe nomination for this song, but lost to a song by John Williams, “Colors of the Wind.”

You’ve Got a Mountain High Enough

This song was first performed by Ike and Tina Turner in the 1960s. It was also recorded by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell. The song was featured in the movie Guardians of the Galaxy. The song was later made into a music video for DTV, where it was set to clips of Disney Channel movies. The music video was later released on VHS and CED. In 2004, the Swedish girl group Play recorded a cover of the song.

Diana Ross’s recording of “You’ve Got a Mountain High Enough For Helping” harkens back to the gospel roots of the original. This version of the song was recorded for Motown in 1970, and features similar production to the Gaye and Terrell versions. The song was also sampled by Amy Winehouse for her song “Tears Dry on Their Own.”

If you’ve got a mountain in your life, you can climb it. The song’s lyrics are easy to remember and will keep you going until you reach the top. If you’re feeling low, try to re-listen to it often to get a feel for what it’s like to climb mountains. The words are beautiful and the music is powerful.

Diana Ross’ cover of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” is one of her most popular songs. It reached number one on the pop and R&B singles charts and was nominated for a Grammy Award. The song was written by Valerie Simpson and Nickolas Ashford and was later made popular by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell.