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Hakuna-matata is a Swahili language phrase from East Africa, meaning "no trouble" or "no problems The phrase was used in Disney animated film The Lion King (which features a song named after the phrase), in which it is translated as "no .... "Hakuna Matata" is a song from Disney's 32nd animated feature The Lion King. The music was written by Elton John with lyrics by Tim Rice. The song is based on Timon and Pumbaa's catchphrase in the movie, Hakuna matata, which is a .... "Hakuna Matata; what a wonderfull phrase. Hakuna Matata; It aint no passing craze. It means no worries, for the rest of your days. Its our problem free, philosophy... HAKUNA MATATA!". Hakuna Matata - The Lion King (Disney)の歌詞と和訳: Hakuna matata! What a wonderful phrase!/ハクナマタタ なんて素晴らしい言葉なんだ!/Hakuna matata! Ain't no passing craze!/ハクナマタタ 単なる流行じゃないぜ!/It means no worries, for the rest .... Hakuna matata roughly translates to "there are no troubles" in Swahili. The phrase was popularized in English by the 1994 Disney movie The Lion King, where it's translated as "no worries." It has a connotation of not worrying about things .... Make your way to Adventureland and forget all your worries, as you feast on some flavoursome African grub in this watering hole inspired by The Lion King.. Jul 24, 2019 - We assembled a team of scholars, musicologists and Disney experts to break down the meaning of the famous song lyric used in 'The Lion King'.