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Pop, pop, pop muzik
Pop, pop, pop muzik (get up)

Get down
Pop, pop, pop muzik
Pop, pop, pop muzik

Radio, video
Boogie with a suitcase
Go living in a disco
Forget about the rat race
Let's do the milkshake
Selling like a hot cake
Try some, buy some
Fe, fi, foe, fum

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(Shoobie, doobie, do wop) I wanna dedicate it
(Pop, pop, shoo wop) Everybody made it
(Shoobie, doobie, do wop) Infiltrate it
(Pop, pop, shoo wop) Activate it
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Singing in the subway
Shovel with a shoeshine
Mix me a molotov
I'm on the headline
Wanna be a gun slinger
Don't be a rock singer
Eenie, meenie, mienie, mo
Whichever way you wanna go

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(Shoobie, doobie, do wop) Lyin' in the tree
(Pop, pop, shoo wop) Einie meanie
(Shoobie, doobie, do wop) Right in between it
(Pop, pop, shoo wop) You know what I'm meaning

Hit it
Now you know what I say

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All around the world
Wherever you are
Dance in the street
Anything you like
Do it in the car
In the middle of the night
La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la
La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la

Dance in the supermarket
Dig it in the fast lane
Listen to the countdown
They're playing our song again
I can't get jumping jack
I wanna hold get back
Moonlight muzak
Nick nack paddy wack

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(Shoobie, doobie, do wop) It's all around you
(Pop, pop, shoo wop) I wanna surround you
(Shoobie, doobie, do wop) It's all around you
(Pop, pop, shoo wop) Hit it

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Shoobie, doobie, do wop
Pop, pop, shoo wop
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Do you remit?
Loud and clear-cle-cle-cle-clear

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Written by: ROBIN EDMOND SCOTT

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

KingofAmerica97

+So you don't have an angle, huh
Even though the public mood didn't become tempestuous against the government until around 1965, the assassination of JFK in late 1963 was definitely the starting point of the 60's. Kennedy lead the Americans to become an optimistic people. When inaugurated in 1961, he began his presidency with the quote "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country" and thus he seemed the perfect president to lead America through the 1960's. These hopes were shattered when he was murdered in Texas. That day, America lost it's innocence and it became evident that a new era had dawned on the nation. When you think about it, if John Kennedy lived, many of the things that occurred in the 60's (Vietnam, black extremism, hippie counterculture, the feminist movement, psychedelia, etc) would most likely never have happened as he would have had control over the nation and when he died, America lost that control. You could say that all of the turbulence and violence that consumed the 1960's all has its routes solely due to that assassination.

Beatniks actually began to rise in 1967 (not 1965) when Scott McKenzie released a song called "If You're Going to San Fransico (Be Sure to Wear Some Flowers in Your Hair) when this song became a hit, it encouraged people to come to the city and this is when Beatniks became Hippies. Above all I would conclude this by saying there were 3 cultural phases throughout the 60's;

Phase 1 - 50's Holdover Years (1960-1962)
though rock and roll (a major part of the 50's) had lost its popularity by 1959 it still did not mark the end of the 50's era, cars also started to become more aggressive in appearance (as opposed to the space age appeal they had in the previous years), but still, these years were solidly grounded in the 50's.

Phase 2 - Mod 60's (1963-1966)
beginning with JFK's assassination, rapid changes began in American society, pop culture was transformed in 1964 when the Beatles came to America from Liverpool, England and introduced new tones to music and also influenced young men to grow their hair longer and dress in a more rebellious fashion, this then they gave way to the "British invasion" where British groups helped to change rock and roll to become what we think of today as 'rock'. This is also when women began to adapt to the mod fashion, which originated in London.

Phase 3 - Hippie 60's (1967-1969)
Beginning in late 1966, psychedelic music reached it's peak when musicians began taking drugs, but in 1967 this led to a song called "San Francisco" which gave birth to a new counterculture of hippies.

The 60's, I think, lasted until October 1973 when the Oil Crisis commenced which caused the economy to crash and thus brought an end to the idealistic 60's and began the apathetic 70's.



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Skit Bit - Side Split

it has been stuck in my head for almost 40 years...

CHRIS SCHNEIDERS

Ditto

Joe Sena

Same here

marco caloi

same, and I was born half those years ago. It's a masteriece and I'm astonished every time about how crazy simple but perfectly working this song is.

WonderLust

My dad introduced me to this song like 2 years ago. Guess I got another 38 years of this.

goduskychris Chris Godusky

Skit Bit - Side Split I need this album!

Matt Wolf

This is the most 80's thing to come from the 70's.

Norm Appleton

shooby dooby do wop, bop bop shoo op

Shayne White

@Jackie Paper I wish it was 1979

Golden Eldorado

This song is in my 80’s playlist

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