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TheLittleWiggles-ThemeSong
The Little Wiggles is a theme song of TV Series 4 and 5.

Song Credits

TV Series 4 and 5 Version

Wiggle, Wiggle, Wiggle! Version

  • Composed and Written by: Anthony Field, Lachlan Gillespie, Simon Pryce, Emma Watkins (uncredited)
  • Produced by: Anthony Field
  • Engineered and Mixed by: Alex Keller
  • Recorded at: Hot Potato Studios (uncredited)
  • Publisher: Wiggly Tunes
  • Copyright: Universal Music Group

Musicians

TV Series 4 and 5 Version

Wiggle, Wiggle, Wiggle! Version

  • Vocals: Lachlan Gillespie
  • Bass Guitar: Alex Keller
  • Acoustic Guitar: Anthony Field
  • Electric Guitar: Oliver Brian
  • Piano: Lachlan Gillespie
  • Drums/Percussion: Steve Pace
  • Bagpipes: Anthony Field

Lyrics

TV Series 4 and 5 Version

Wiggles: Yeah, yeah and a wiggly yeah!

Greg: Let's go back to when the Wiggles were young.

Anthony was eating and having fun.

Jeff was sleeping

Murray and Jeff: Murray's playing guitar

Anthony: Greg was dreaming of the Big Red Car.

Wiggles: Yeah, yeah and a wiggly yeah!

Murray: Yeah!

TV Series 10 Version

Lachy: Let's go back in time when The Wiggles they were younger

Emma wore her glasses while she sang a song

Let's go back in time when The Wiggles they were younger

Emma wore her glasses, Simon played trombone

Bo, bo, bo, bo

Let's go back in time when The Wiggles they were younger

Emma wore her glasses, Simon played trombone

Lachy Irish danced, too-roo-loo-ra-lay

Let's go back in time when The Wiggles they were younger

Emma wore her glasses, Simon played trombone

Lachy Irish danced, Anthony played guitar and the bagpipes, too

(Bagpipes playing Scotland the Brave)

Gallery

Version 2

Trivia

Notice that, in Series 4 and 5 there are different Little Wiggles for Greg.

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