"Mad Madame Mim" is a song featured in the Disney animated feature film, The Sword in the Stone. It is sung by the main antagonist of the film, Madam Mim (Martha Wentworth), to Arthur to try and show that she far more impressive then his teacher, Merlin.
With only a touch, I have the power
Zim zaba rim bim, To wither a flower
I find delight in the gruesome and grim Arthur: (Oh, that's terrible.) Mim: (Thank you, my boy. But that's nothing, nothing for me!)
'Cause I'm the magnificent, marvelous, mad Madam Mim
Mim: (You know what? I can even change size.)
I can be huge; Fill the whole house
I can be teeny, small as a mouse
Black sorcery is my dish of tea
It comes easy to me,
'Cause I'm the magnificent, marvelous, mad Madam Mim!
Mim: (Hahahaha! Marvelous, boy! Marvelous! Hahohoho! Say, lad. Did you know I can make m'self uglier yet?) Arthur: (That would be some trick, er... I mean, uh...) Mim: (Wanta' bet? BOO! You see? I win, I win! Aren't I hideous, boy? Perfectly revolting?) Arthur: (N- Yes, m'am.) Mim: (But you ain't seen nothin' yet. Watch this.)
I can be beautiful, lovely and fair
Silvery voice, long purple hair
La la la la, la la la la la
La la la la la, la la la la la la la
But it's only skin deep
For Zim zaberim ZIM
I'm an ugly old creep!
The magnificent, marvelous, mad, mad, mad, mad Madam Mim!