"Spot the Dalmatian" is a song from the first Wiggles album in 1991.
- Written by A Field/J Field
- Published by: EMI Music/Control
- Phillip Wilcher: Piano, Vocals
- Murray Cook: Vocals
- Gregory Page: Lead Vocals
- Anthony Field: Vocals
- Produced by: Anthony Field
- Engineered by: Steve Promfrett
- Recorded in February 1991 at Tracking Station Recording Studios, Sydney
Greg: Spot the Dalmatian lost all his spots.
A big wind came and blew them right off.
Now without spots, Spot he is not.
So when the wind spots, he'll look for his spots.
Wiggles: So when the wind stops, he'll look for his spots.
Phillip: Phil the Platypus lost his duck bill.
He lost it while singing at the foot of a hill.
Phil loves to sing the platypus song
But now all he sings is "Where's my bill gone?"
Wiggles: Now all he sings is "Where's my bill gone?"
Anthony: Old Zorick the Zebra lost all his stripes.
The rain washed them off, now Zorick's instriped.
Now without stripes, he looks like a horse.
Zorick would say, "I'm a zebra, of course!"
Wiggles: Zorick would say, "I'm a zebra, of course!"
Murray: Now all we've said it's not really true.
There's a lesson for me and a lesson for you.
Treasure your spots, your stripes and your bills
And remember poor Spot, old Zorick and Phil.
Wiggles: Remember poor Spot, old Zorick and Phil.
Greg: Oh yeah.
- John Field composed the opening tune, which he sang to Phillip Wilcher over the telephone. The rest of the song and the lyrics was written by Anthony Field.
- This song is part of the Let's Wiggle book.
- Susan McRae sings this song on her 20 Favorite Animal Songs album.