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Captain Feathersword and the Wiggly Dancers

Listen To The Drummer Playing is a Wiggles song from the Cold Spaghetti Western album and the Cold Spaghetti Western video.

Song Lyrics

Listen to the drummer playing on his
(rocking and a rolling drums)
Listen to the drummer playing on his
(rocking and a rolling drums)
Listen to him drumming on his rocking tom tom
Listen to the drummer playing on his rocking and a rolling drums

Our bodies just can't stop a moving
(Oh, when we hear a drummer play)

Listen to the drummer
playing on his
(Sizzling high hat)
Listen to the drummer
playing on his
(Sizzling high hat)
Ah yeah
Listen to him playing oh that's where
the music's at, ah huh
Listen to the drummer playing on his
sizzling high hat

Our bodies just can't stop a moving
(Oh, when we hear a drummer play)

Rhythm and beat go together hand in hand
And the drummer provides the beat for the
rocking and a rolling band
Our bodies just can't stop a moving
(Oh, when we hear a drummer play)

Listen to the drummer playing on his
(rocking and a rolling drums)
Listen to the drummer playing on his
(sizzling high hat)
Ah, yeah
Listen to the drummer playing on his
(old bass drum)

Song Credits

Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page, John Field, Dominic Lindsay (Wiggly Tunes)
Vocals: Greg Page
Guitars: Anthony Field, John Field
Bass: Murray Cook
Drums: Tony Henry
Percussion: Steve Machamer
Keyboards: Jeff Fatt, Steve Blau
Backing Vocals: "The Manzillas" (Craig Abercrombie, Brett Clarke, & Sam Moran)
Musical Arrangements: The Wiggles, Dominic Lindsay
Recorded and mixed at Electric Avenue Studios, Sydney, Australia by Robin Gist
Mastered at Studio 301 by Don Bartley

Trivia

  • The original title was called "The Drumbeat Song".
  • Behind the Scenes footage of this song can be seen in Behind the Scenes of Cold Spaghetti Western.
  • In the song, Captain Feathersword has two actors, Tony Henry and Paul Paddick.

Goofs

  • In the prologue of this song, The Wiggles were in their cowboy clothes, but in the song, they were in their regular clothes.
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