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Dancing Workers Song is a song that was meant to be in the episode "Kiss Kiss Bang Bangalore". However, it's first appearance is in Filp Flap Big Brown House. It is sung by Sally Stevens as Marge and Patty, Susie Stevens-Logan as Lisa, Edie Lehman-Boddicker as Bart, Rick Logan as Richard Dean Anderson, Randy Crenshaw as Homer and a choir. Instruments in this song are woodwinds, a guitar, a keyboard, a bassoon, and bongos. The music was written by Clausen and the lyrics by voice actor Dan Castellaneta and his wife Deb Lacusta. It is the third bonus track on the album The Simpsons: Testify.

LyricsEdit

Sally Stevens (as Marge):
The Simpsons have gone to another land.
I've got something sticky on my hands.
Susie Stevens-Logan (as Lisa):
India is worlds apart.
Edie Lehman-Boddicker (as Bart):
A white guy runs the Kwik-E-Mart.
Sally Stevens (as Patty Bouvier):
Selma and I got to meet our hero,
Rick Logan (as Richard Dean Anderson)
Then they dumped me when I went all queer-o.
Randy Crenshaw (as Homer):
I'm not a god, I'm just a man.
Indian Workers:
But you got us a dental plan.
Yes, he got us a dental plan,
Yes, he got us a dental plan!

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