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Get a Move On
Mr. Scruff Lyrics


You better keep moving
You better keep moving on
You better keep moving
You better keep moving on
You better keep moving
You better keep moving on
You better keep moving
Or you'll be left behind
Or you'll be left behind
Or you'll be left behind
Or you'll be left behind

Keep moving
Keep moving
You better keep moving
Keep moving
Keep moving on

You better keep moving
Keep moving
Keep moving on
Keep moving
You better keep moving

Keep moving
Or you'll be left behind
Or you'll be left behind
Or you'll be left behind

Lyrics © Wixen Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: Andrew Michael Carthy, John Willie Henry, Louis Hardin

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ThizzelleJunior510

This is going to be a somewhat long comment and slightly eccentric, but it will all tie together at the end...

My name is Chad Stein and I'm a professional photographer from Fremont, California (the Bay Area). Back on August 8th of 2018, I traveled to the famous city of Napa with my mom. While in Napa, we stopped at a place called "The Oxbow Market" which is an indoor venue with eateries and small shops. After browsing inside, we decided to take a seat at a small sitting area outside of one of the restaurants. There was no one out there and it was fairly quiet. Playing softly in the background was ambient music from a speaker-system which was for the restaurant that we were at. While conversing with my mom, the music caught my ear. I paused the conversation momentarily to take a quick-listen...I caught literally 2 seconds of the music. It wasn't enough time to pull out my phone to record it or find out what the song was. After processing it in my head for a few seconds, I said to my mom: "I think I know what song that was. I'll check it out when I get home". So the day continued in Napa until I got home later that night.

Upon arriving home, I checked out the songs that I thought it could've been...unfortunately, none of them were correct. I then went on my computer to search through my folder of MP3s which I've accumulated over nearly two decades. Since the speakers on my computer were broken, I was just looking at the artists' names and song titles to see if I could place the tune with the proper track. By the way: I have an extremely eclectic taste in music. After hours of searching, there was no luck. This began a very, very long journey.

Following that night, those 2 seconds of the song looped in my head...over and over again. It was an extreme case of "ear-worm". I tried to think rationally and logically as to where I might have heard the song before. First, I thought it was in a car commercial back in the 2000s. So I watched a ton of car commercials from the 2000s...no luck. Then I thought that it was from an alcohol commercial from the 2000s. As you probably guessed: I watched a bunch of alcohol commercials from the 2000s. Still, no luck.

I had nothing to go on other than the 2 seconds or so that kept looping in my head...I didn't hear any lyrics and I couldn't place what came before or after those notes. Since I'm not a musician, I couldn't replicate what I was hearing, other than through a crude "hum". From there, I actually found a website where you can hum into your device's microphone and it would detect the song. I was optimistic that it would work, but it didn't.

I was only able to describe the notes that I heard as being "smooth" and "jazzy". So I then searched the internet far and wide for music that fit that criteria. As one could imagine, the results that populated were massive.

Next, I started getting what I could best describe as "audio deja vu"...I would hear music and say: "Was that it?". Every time, it wasn't.

This persisted day in and day out. As time passed, the amount of time that I'd recollect the music was less, but it still popped up from time to time. Please understand: I wasn't being tormented to the point of psychological distress in any way, shape, form or fashion. I simply just couldn't figure out this mystery.

Before I proceed I'd like to mention that random words, phrases and things of that nature pop up in my head from time to time...

With that being said, on the night of August 6th, 2020 (almost 2 years later to the day), I was showering late at night. While in the shower, the words "Mr Scruff" popped up in my head, randomly. Not knowing why, I said to myself: "I'll check it out on the computer later".

Later that night, I used the search option on my PC to search for "Mr. Scruff". It came up with a result and a song name. I then said to myself: "Well, the speakers don't work on my computer still. I'll check it out on my phone before I go to bed".

Even later that night, I watched several videos on my phone while laying in bed before going to sleep. Right when I was about to put my phone down for the night (or morning), I decided to search for that "Mr. Scruff" song on Youtube. Immediately after clicking the play button, I became so ecstatic that I almost cried tears of joy. At 4:06am on Thursday, August 6th 2020, the mystery ended..."Get A Move On" was the song.



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BlubberyOyster 4

I heard this in an Electro Swing mix and I had no idea that this was made by the same guy who made the windows 7 sample music

Xsidon

@Speedybolts 01 you get to make a class project on electro swing? School seems dope these days

BlubberyOyster 4

@DjSmileyofLasVegas I think so

DjSmileyofLasVegas

Is the song jericho in the same category

Ton Zelle

Based on the music of Moondog

PastelitoPon3MT

Same

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phatNfresh

I still remember when this came on Toonami during the day. I would always love when the saxophone would comeback in the song. I wanted to hear more of what that sound was, and this is what started my obsession with jazz music. 

m0921_ _

Listen to chill rain . Song called chill rain . U will hear a sax so pure

rippeter

this and nujabes

Carlos From the AK

I agree...that and lincoln used this too

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