- This song is part of the Let's Wiggle book.
- In the introduction to this song on Wiggledance! Live in Concert, Murray announces that song is from Samoa.
- The Wiggles originally thought that the song was traditional, and therefore avaliable for free public use. However, in 1998, a composer named Yves Roche claimed ownership of the song which led to The Wiggles releasing new versions of The Wiggles (album) and Wiggledance! Live in Concert with the song removed.
- The 1991 version plays in D whereas the 1997 version plays in D-sharp.