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Finger Poppin' Time
Hank Ballard & The Midnighters Lyrics


Hey now, hey now, hey now, hey now

It's finger pop poppin' time
Finger poppin', poppin' time
I feel so good
Woo and that's a real good sign

Hey now, hey now, hey now, hey now

Baby, come along with me
Hey
Hey, hey baby, come along with me
We gonna shake it 'til it breaks
Just wait and see

Hey now, hey now, hey now, hey now
It's finger pop poppin' time
Finger poppin', poppin' time
I feel so good
And that's a real good sign

Here comes Mary, here comes Sue
A-here comes Johnny and Bobby too

It's finger pop poppin' time
I feel so good
And that's a real good sign

(Hey now)
(Hey now)
(Hey now)
(Hey now)
(Hey now)
(Hey now)

Here comes Mary, here comes Sue
here comes Johnny and Bobby too

It's finger pop poppin' time
I feel so good
And that's a real good sign

Hey now, hey now, hey now, hey now
It's finger pop poppin' time
Finger poppin', poppin' time
I feel so good
And that's a real good sign

Poppin', Finger poppin'
Finger poppin'
Finger poppin', poppin'
Finger poppin', poppin'

Lyrics © CARLIN AMERICA INC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Hank Ballard

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Comments from YouTube:

Chrisrocks007

Sandlot is real good for multiple reasons:

1. It brings back memories for kids that played any game (baseball, football, hockey...etc.) in recreational ways or pick up games.

2. It introduces a life style that was never seen by 90’s kids. For example, before I saw Sandlot, I didn’t know any those good songs like Finger Poppin Time. It also shows how life was like and gives a nostalgic feeling.

This is why I love this movie.

Judy Pruitt

I am 70 ears old and I can STILL dance to that! Wow, what great memories!  Thanks for posting this.

Denis Lessard

@Judyp77 i am now 73 going on 74. when i was 38 my wife decided that she had had enough. she walked out on me and my two kids. i taught myself to cook, launder and all the good stuff two parents are suppose to do. in the meantime i met a lady. to make a long story short we married . we had decided not to have kids because of my age. like all ladies she changed her mind so i had a second family. right now my kids from my first family are 48 and 46, the kids from my second family are 26 and 24. i taught my 48 year old to jive but the 26 year old really wanted to learn as well. so i taught her. when i go to weddings she is just a treat to dance with as are my eldest daughter and believe it or not my sister. i'm not a great teacher but these three seem to have a natural rhythm that i can tap into. i kind of blackmailed my kids into listening to my music because that was the price for riding in my car. my car my music. there is a lot more to this but for the sake of brevity i tried to keep the story short.

Judyp77

@Labaron26 .... I grew up in the same era. Elvis was new in the mid 50s and the Beetles hadn't hit the scene yet. I graduated from high school in 62. I loved dancing. When my husband and I got married in 1965 we planned to go learn more dance steps from the Arthur Murray Studios! Remember him? We never did go for dance lessons and hubby passed away in 2010. Hope dancing is allowed in heaven. 😇

Judyp77

@Denis Lessard ....now I'm 76 ...how the times flies.... Would love to hear the story about the young daughter. 😁

TheBest123xd4

I’m 15

Bandiera Stephane

Année 80

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