May he rest in peace!!

Award-winning songwriter Robert B. Sherman, the man behind classic Disney tunes including “It’s A Small World,” has died.

The musician passed away at his home in London on Monday. He was 86 years old.

Together with his brother Richard, Robert Sherman composed a number of songs for Disney, including “It’s a Small World (After All)” and “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.”

The siblings picked up a Grammy and two Academy Awards in 1965 for their work on Mary Poppins and they were awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1976.

Sherman’s son Jeff confirmed the sad news in a post on, writing, “He went peacefully after months of truly valiantly fending off death. He loved life and his dear heart finally slowed to a stop when he could fight no more…

“He wanted to bring happiness to the world and, unquestionably, he succeeded. His love and his prayers, his philosophy and his poetry will live on forever. Forever his songs and his genius will bring hope, joy and love to this small, small world.”

British pop star Tom Fletcher took to his page to pay tribute to Sherman, writing, “My friend & inspiration Robert Sherman has passed away. He was an amazing, lovely man & it was an honour knowing him. Rip Robert.

“If it wasn’t for Robert Sherman then our childhoods would have been very different. Mary PoppinsChitty Chitty Bang BangWinnie The Pooh… the list is endless and his music is timeless. He’ll live on through his songs and will always be my inspiration & in our hearts.”

Sherman also worked on songs for classic films including The Jungle BookThe Sword in the Stone and Bedknobs and Broomsticks.