I Will Sing is the closing song heard in the 2008 animated direct-to-video film, The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning. It is sung during the end of the film where King Triton tells all the citizens of Atlantica that music is now allowed back to the kingdom after a harsh ban just as he presents Sebastian as his kingdom's royal composer just as all the citizens dance with the rejoiced music with the ban lifted, except for Marina Del Rey who is arrested for her crimes and betrayal towards Sebastian with Benjamin comforting her.
After getting struck unconsciously by Marina Del Rey, King Triton, Flounder, Sebastian, and the Catfish Club Band notice an unconscious Ariel who sacrificed herself to save Sebastian during battle while holding the music box; later after singing the lyrics from the music box which reminds him of the same one used by his late wife, King Triton allows music back to the kingdom of Atlantica once and for all. With the ban lifted, everyone in Atlantica celebrates the return of music back to the kingdom once again.
Female Singer: My love is higher than the sky
Deeper than the ocean
Warmer than the sun
Shining down on me
Quiet as a prayer
Sweeter than the songs we share
Flounder: A girl in the band?
Cheeks: That's right.
Female Singer: All my love
I will sing of joy and glory
I will sing the look in your eyes
I will sing till all the world knows your story
I will sing for the rest of my life
(songs resumes) I will sing for the rest of my life!
Chorus: I will sing
I will sing
I will sing...
Female Singer/Chorus: I will sing for the rest of my life