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Cultural Things Experience

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"Cultural Things Experience"
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Song Information
Singers: Yeardley Smith
Hank Azaria
Edie Lehmann-Boddicker
Sally Stevens
Dan Castellaneta
Tress MacNeille
Pamela Hayden
Characters: Lisa Simpson
Comic Book Guy
Jitney Spuckler
Birthday Spuckler
Incest Spuckler
Dubya Spuckler
Length: 0:57
Writer(s): Music: Alf Clausen
Lyrics: Michael Price
Album: The Simpsons: Testify
Appearance(s): "Yokel Chords"

"Cultural Things Experience" is a song sung by Lisa and Cletus's children.


Mistos and lattes and grandes and ventis,
Browsing at bookstores with fat cognoscentis.
Comic Book Guy:
Books about Dali, Degas, and Miro,
Those are the folks that you yokels should know.
Pretentious laughs at Bunuel retrospectives,
Outsider art made by mental defectives.
Jitney Spuckler:
Enjoying opry that ain't grand or ole.
Birthday Spuckler:
Comparing Jim Carrey to Dario Fo!
Your minds are opening! Take it home!
Incest Spuckler:
Eating tapas,
Dubya Spuckler:
Freestyle rap-as.
Mrs. Skinner is Mame.
Lisa and Kids:
We finally experienced cultural things,
And now they don't seem,
So lame!

Behind the Laughter[edit]

The song is a parody of the song "My Favorite Things" from the musical The Sound of Music. It is part the "Yokel Chords (Medley)" track on the album The Simpsons: Testify.