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The Bird and The Bee — Polite Dance Song
Album: Ray Guns Are Not Just The Future
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6.6

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Total ratings: 214









Released: 2009
Length: 3:43
Plays (last 30 days): 0
Give it up for me please
Put your hands in the air
If you know what's good for you
You wanna shake it like you just don't care

Would you please clap your hands
Now get up on your feet
I beg of you to get up and dance
It's such a crazy kick ass beat

Pardon me
The music is moving
Moving from left to right
Apologies
For losing my cooling
Losing the day to night

Since I'm asking so nice
Would you just entertain
There's nothing left to hide you away
Just show a little bit of brain

Yes that is what I mean
That's the nail that I hit
I try to be as coy as I can
But I wanna see your naughty bit

Would you please, would you please
Would you, would you please
(Apologies, apologies, apologies)
Would you, would you please
Would you please clap your hands

Pardon me
The music is moving
Moving from left to right
Apologies
For losing my cooling
Losing the day to night

Would you be nasty with me
Do you like dancing with me
I think we have a very special quality

I want to show it to you
I want to grow it with you

Would you please, would you please
Would you, would you please
(Apologies, apologies, apologies)
Would you, would you please
Would you please clap your hands

Pardon me
The music is moving
Moving from left to right
Apologies
For losing my cooling
Losing the day to night
Comments (27)add comment
 Businessgypsy wrote:
Wonderfully witty lyrics
 

Agreed.  Great tune.


As quirky as this tune is, it deserves a 3 out of 4 Buseys. The daughter's particularly fond of this ditty. Dad? Not so much.
 
 AliGator wrote on March 23, 2010:
I love it. And I'm still waiting to hear some of The Bird and The Bee's covers of Hall and Oates.
 
Woof! Still waiting!


Ha!  This song is a gas!
Unmelody song, dont like the voice!
{#Lol}  This is great!

Saying this is influenced by RJD2 is putting it mildly, I'm leaning toward ripped off.


 AliGator wrote:
I love it. And I'm still waiting to hear some of The Bird and The Bee's covers of Hall and Oates.
 
Great idea!

Came over here to...oh, I already gave this a 1. Damn, I rock! {#Dancingbanana_2} ...unlike this song.

 carbongirl wrote:
Thanks Bill!  I like it . . . especially followed by the Flaming Lips. 
 
I'm sending a couple guys over to chop your fingers off. Type while you can. {#Devil_pimp}
 yclept wrote:
Her name is Inara George; her father was Lowell George, who was the great voice and front man for "Little Feat". 

 
thanks - I like her...no wonder...loved Lowell


Don't normally post that this artist sounds sounds like that one, BUT could have sworn this was Lily Allen...
 jagdriver wrote:
Channeling Jem.
 
totally — i would have sworn it was Jem too

I love it. And I'm still waiting to hear some of The Bird and The Bee's covers of Hall and Oates.
Her name is Inara George; her father was Lowell George, who was the great voice and front man for "Little Feat". 

{#Lol} hilarious

Channeling Jem.
Love it.

Maybe not after 50 spins, but love it.

Someone should do a real dance remix of it. Maybe with a rap break. {#Yes}
Like a girl Beck. (Intended as a compliment)
Wonderfully witty lyrics
Thanks Bill!  I like it . . . especially followed by the Flaming Lips. 
Sounds like Jem - I like.
its not doing to much for me... kinda lame
Love this quirky song, and the video by Eric Wareheim is pretty amusing, too.

Sounds like Feist


Funny stuff.  I like it, but I don't expect it'll have much staying power.
Sweet! Thanks for adding this, Bill.