"Colonel Hathi's March (The Elephant Song)" is a military like song featured in The Jungle Book and sung by Colonel Hathi and The Jungle Patrol. It is the first one in the film and was written by The Sherman Brothers. A reprise of it is heard in the middle of the film when Colonel Hathi makes his second appearance and Shere Khan makes his first appearance. It was also featured in The Jungle.
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Colonel Hathis March. arr. Ted Ricketts - Hal Leonard Corporation Colonel Hathis March. arr. Ted Ricketts - Hal Leonard Corporation. Click to review. The song from the famous marching elephants in the movie The Jungle Book is a natural for featuring low strings. This one has a high recognition factor and is fun for the players and the audience!
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