Aided by the Greek muses, Meg sings a song of denied feelings towards Hercules.
After a date with Hercules in which he reveals his devotion and love to her, Meg is conflicted about her feelings. Heartbroken over a previous failed relationship (where she sold her soul to revive her ungrateful lover, who left her) she refuses to let herself fall in love again to avoid pain. The Muses try to convince her to accept another chance at love; in the end, she relents and proclaims her love of Hercules.
"I Won't Say (I'm in Love)" is the first single from Disneymania 3, performed by The Cheetah Girls. It premiered on Radio Disney and the single was released on February 14, 2005, especially for Valentine's Day. This was the first song recorded by The Cheetah Girls that did not include Raven-Symoné. It was also featured in the 2005 re-release of the Hercules soundtrack, along with K-Ci & JoJo's cover of "Go the Distance". A remix version of the song called the GRRL Power Remix was released as a single to Radio Disney only. It did not chart, however it was included on Disneyremixmania. Footage from the performance of the song at the Disneymania 3 concert was featured in a segment of Disney 411.
In 2004, Disney Theatricals Department created a jukebox styled musical called, Disney's on the Record. The national touring musical collaborated 70 years of Disney music into one 2-act show including the song "I Won't Say I'm In Love". However, the song was not performed with all of the lyrics (due to it being recorded as a 4 song session). This recording is different from the 1997-film version because "I Won't Say I'm In Love" is performed by a male, unlike the film version sung by a female, Susan Egan. The recording was sung by Andrew Samonsky (as the leading vocals) and a backup quartet (Meredith Inglesby, Andy Karl, Tyler Maynard, and Keewa Nurullah).