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"Ballerina, Ballerina" is a Wiggles song from The Wiggles Movie.

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Lyrics

The Wiggles Movie

Ballerina, Ballerina
Ballerina, Ballerina
Pirouette, temps le ve, Pas de chat
Et Fouette, Et Foutette

See the dancing ballerina
See her jump in the air
Soubre, sauts, et Aventre chat, Allegro,
Allegro, Allegro

Pirouette, temps le ve, Pas de chat
Et Fouette, Et Foutette
Et Fouette, Et Foutette

Emma Album / Reunion Shows

Ballerina, Ballerina
Ballerina, Ballerina

Ballerina, Ballerina
Ballerina, Ballerina

Demi Plié
And and a stretch
Demi Plié
And and a stretch

On your toes
Round we go

Demi Plié
And and a stretch
Demi Plié
And and a stretch

On your toes
Round we go

See the dancing ballerina
See her dance and plié

Demi Plié
And and a stretch
Demi Plié
And and a stretch

On your toes
Round we go

Demi Plié
And and a stretch
Demi Plié
And and a stretch

On your toes
Round we go
On your toes
Round we go

On your toes
Round we go
On your toes
Round we go

Song Credits

The Wiggles Movie Soundtrack

Written by John Field, published by Wiggly Tunes Pty Ltd.

Rock & Roll Preschool

Main Vocals: Lachlan Gillespie, Paul Paddick, Simon Pryce
Guitars: Anthony Field
Piano: Lachlan Gillespie
Drums: Jae Nelson
Bass: Alex Keller
Accordion: Nicolino Di Sipo

Trivia

  • This is the only song where Roger Lemke and Paul Paddick sing together.
  • The guitar is removed on the movie version.
  • The 1997 version plays in A, The 2005 and 2006 versions plays in A-flat, The 2008 version plays in D, the 2007 and 2009 versions plays in G, and the current version since 2015 plays in E.
  • On May 21st 2017, the song was uploaded on The Wiggles' YouTube channel as part of Emma's Bowtiful Ballet Studio.
  • Roger Lemke is not credited for singing lead vocals on the 1997 version. Instead, Paul Paddick sings in his unusually operatic tenor voice. In 2005 and 2006 actor Sam Moran sings in his unusually operatic tenor voice as well, When Professor Singalottasonga sings it. As for the current line-up, Simon also sings in his operatic baritone voice.
  • The concert version was the first version to have The Wiggles in it.

Performances/Appearances

Video Appearances

Album Appearances

Episode Appearances

Live Appearances

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