The Glory Days is a musical score cue from the 2004 Disney/Pixar animated film, The Incredibles. It is played during the opening of the film featuring the film's title just before it shifts into the action scene where Mr. Incredible does his duty. It is one of the film's memorable scores heard in Disney/Pixar history, following the success of the film.
The song is heard at the beginning of the film where Mr. Incredible is driving across the city of Municiberg where he notices a group of robbers in San Pablo Ave being chased by police officers to which the score pauses when he notices an old lady worried because her cat Squeaker refuses to come down just as Mr. Incredible manages to rescue Squeaker and then place the tree to block the robbers' path just as the police officers thank Mr. Incredible for his good deed (where the score changes into a slow jazzy melody). The score changes into an upbeat tune where Mr. Incredible encounters Incrediboy to which it then loops into the part where Elastigirl appears after taking care of a thief on top of a building just as the score ends with a romantic melody where she tells him to be more flexible just as she resumes her duty as a Super.
A snippet of the score is heard during the film's title before the score loops into another one titled "Consider Yourself Undermined" where the Parr family confronts the Underminer from destroying the bank. However, this does not contain the full score from the original film.
- The score was also covered by DCappella for the Incredibles 2 soundtrack, despite the full score not being played in the film itself. Most of the lines consist of scats and humming but only limited to a few words, consisting of the Parr family's names.