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Dancing Workers Song

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"Dancing Workers Song"
Song Information
Singers: Sally Stevens
Susie Stevens-Logan
Edie Lehman-Boddicker
Rick Logan
Randy Crenshaw
Characters: Marge Simpson
Lisa Simpson
Bart Simpson
Patty Bouvier
Homer Simpson
Richard Dean Anderson
Indian Workers
Length: 1:15
Writer(s): Music: Alf Clausen
Lyrics: Dan Castellaneta and Deb Lacusta
Album: The Simpsons: Testify

"Dancing Workers Song" is a song that was meant to be in the episode "Kiss Kiss Bang Bangalore", but it was cut because, according to composer Alf Clausen, "it wasn't exactly what the producers were looking for and we ran out of time to be able to do a re-write."[1]

Lyrics[edit]

Sally Stevens (as Marge):
The Simpsons have gone to another land.
I've got something sticky on my hands.
Susie Stevens-Logan (as Lisa):
India is worlds apart.
Edie Lehman-Boddicker (as Bart):
A white guy runs the Kwik-E-Mart.
Sally Stevens (as Patty Bouvier):
Selma and I got to meet our hero,
Rick Logan (as Richard Dean Anderson)
Then they dumped me when I went all queer-o.
Randy Crenshaw (as Homer):
I'm not a god, I'm just a man.
Indian Workers:
But you got us a dental plan.
Yes, he got us a dental plan,
Yes, he got us a dental plan!

Behind the Laughter[edit]

Only a demo recording of the song exists with studio singers Sally Stevens, Susie Stevens-Logan, Edie Lehman-Boddicker, Rick Logan, and Randy Crenshaw, a choir, and a small band consisting of a woodwind player, a guitarist, a keyboardist, a bassist, and a bongo player. The music was written by Clausen and the lyrics by voice actor Dan Castellaneta and his wife Deb Lacusta. It is the third bonus track and fortieth overall track on the album The Simpsons: Testify.

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