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"Dorothy, (Would You Like To Dance?)" is a song that debuted in their 1996 video Wake Up Jeff!.



Song Credits

Wake Up Jeff!

Wiggledance!

  • M Cook, J Fatt, A Field, G Page
    EMI Music
  • Sound Recording by Chris Brooks

The Wiggles Movie Soundtrack

  • M.Cook/J.Fatt/A.Field/G.Page (EMI)
  • Recorded By Chris Brooks
  • Mixed By Chris Brooks, Anthony McKenzie And Phil Judd
  • Assistant Engineer: Matt "Baron Von" Acland
  • Vocals By Greg Page
  • Backing Vocals By Carolyn Ferrie.
  • Guitars - Murray Cook And Terry Murray
  • Bass - Murray Cook
  • All Other Keyboards - Jeff Fatt
  • Drums - Tony Henry

It's Time to Wake Up Jeff!

  • Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page
    (Wiggly Tunes Pty Ltd)
  • Music Produced By: Anthony Field
    Musical Arrangements: The
    Wiggles
    , Dominic Lindsay
    Vocals: Greg Page,
    Carolyn Ferrie
    Guitar: Terry Murray
    Bass: Murray Cook
    Keyboard: Jeff Fatt
    Drums: Tony Henry

Hot Potatoes! The Best Of The Wiggles

  • Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page
    (Wiggly Tunes Pty Ltd)
  • Music Produced By: Anthony Field

Listen

1996

13 Dorothy (Would You Like to Dance)

1997

02 Dorothy (Would You Like to Dance)

Song Lyrics

Chorus
Dorothy (Dorothy), would you like to dance with me?

Dorothy (Dorothy), would you like to dance with me?

First you take your hands and you put them on your hips.

Sway from side to side and let your back bones slip

Chorus

Next you turn your head, turn it from side to side.

Then you shake your hands, it's really out of sight.

Chorus

Trivia

  • The original 1996 version didn't have keyboard music, so it featured additional guitars and percussion, including an acoustic guitar.
  • It was first recorded in 1996 on Wake Up Jeff. Then it was re-recorded in 1997 for The Wiggles Movie.
  • According to a Powerhouse Museum news clip, the song was rehearsed live in early 1996.
  • This is the quickest song to receive a re-recording, with the original recording being released in 1996, and the re-recording being released in 1997.
  • The song is played on the games The Wiggles' Musical Instruments, Missing Hats Game, and Matching Instruments.
  • The 1997 instrumental track of this song that is played on The Wiggles: Live at Disneyland, the Everybody Clap! Everybody Sing! documentary and A Wiggly Sing-Along Box Set has extra guitars throughout and extra keyboards at the beginning.
  • The song is played on the Dorothy The Dinosaur Kiddie Ride.

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