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If you mean this clip, it's King of Pride Rock by the film's composer Hans Zimmer. Here's the full track:
The base from this argentinian song
It's an original riff called "Miss Gulch's / Witch's theme" by Herbert Stothart, who won an Oscar for the film's score. Also, according to Wiki: This repeated seven-note motif is actually a "crippled" variation (inverted and compressed in range) of the musical figure for "We're off to see the Wizard". Here's an interesting article about the music in ...
It looks like you already have the Vol. 2 list, so here's the list to Vol. 1. http://www.emusic.com/album/various-artists/just-for-laughs-gags-music-vol-1/14043095/ Even in these two albums, which are the only two released to the public, there are still 4 or 5 unknown songs missing that have been broadcasted in the gags. Hope this helps.
Finally got around to it... A deleted answer did mention Alice Cooper but without specifying a title, so here's the full answer. The song playing in this scene is Alice Cooper's Hello Hurray from the 1973 album Billion Dollar Babies. You can find it here. As for its significance (other than establishing 'cool' and '1973'), some of the lyrics could describe ...
The piece is Carlos Gardel's Por una Cabeza from 1935. It was used in many other films and can be heard in the tango scenes in True Lies and Scent of A Woman.
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