The Lion King Quotes
Mufasa’s Ghost: You have forgotten who you are and so have forgotten me. Look inside yourself, Simba. You are more than what you have become. You must take your place in the Circle of Life.
Simba: How can I go back? I’m not who I used to be.
Pumbaa: What’d ya do, kid?
Young Simba: Something terrible. But I don’t wanna talk about it.
Timon: Good. We don’t wanna hear about it.
Nala: What’s happened to you? You’re not the Simba I remember.
Simba: You’re right, I’m not. Now are you satisfied?
Nala: No, just disappointed.
Simba: You know you’re starting to sound like my father.
Nala: Good. At least one of us does.
Simba: Will you cut that out?
Rafiki: Can’t cut it out. It’ll grow right back!
Young Simba: I was just trying to be brave like you.
Mufasa: I’m only brave when I have to be! Simba, being brave doesn’t mean you go looking for trouble!
Pumbaa: It’s like my buddy Timon always says: you got to put your behind in your past.
Timon: No, no no. Amateur. Sit down before you hurt yourself. It’s, “You got to put your past behind you.”
Pumbaa: It’s our motto.
Young Simba: What’s a motto?
Timon: Nothing. What’s a motto with you?
Listen, you think you can just show up and tell me how to live my life? You don’t even know what I’ve been through!
Look, Simba. You’re in trouble again. But this time Daddy isn’t here to save you and now everyone knows why!
Timon: And if he falls in love tonight, it can be assumed…
Pumbaa: His carefree days with us are history.
Timon, Pumbaa: In short, our pal is doomed!
When the world turns its back on you, you turn your back on the world.
Zazu: Checking in with the morning report.
Mufasa: Fire away.
Zazu: Well, the buzz from the bees is that the leopards are in a bit of a spot. And the baboons are going ape over this. Of course, the giraffes are acting like they’re above it all. The tick birds are pecking on the elephants. I told the elephants to forget it, but they can’t. The cheetahs are hard up, but I always say, cheetahs never prosper.
Oh, yes, the past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it, or learn from it.
Simba: Dad! Dad, dad, dad, dad, dad!
Sarabi: [sleepily] Your son is awake.
Mufasa: [whining] Before sunrise, he’s your son.