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and Frank speaks: "Not now, Moose! I'll tell ya when!"

Here's a dance you should know
When the lights are down low
Grab your baby, then go

Do the Hucklebuck (do the Hucklebuck)
Do the Hucklebuck (do the Hucklebuck)
If ya don't know how to do it
Boy, you're out of luck (boy, you're out of luck)

Push your partner out (push your partner out)
Then you hunch your back (then you hunch your back)
Start a little movement in your sacroiliac (sacroiliac)
Wiggle like a snake (wiggle like a snake)
Waddle like a duck (waddle like a duck)
That's the way you do it when you do the Hucklebuck

(Here's a dance you should know)
(When the lights are down low)
(Grab your baby, then go)

"Yeah, Dad! Right now!!"



Here's a dance you should know
When the lights are down low
Grab your baby, then go


Do the Hucklebuck
Do the Hucklebuck
If ya don't know how to do it
Boy, you're out of luck

Push your partner out
Then you hunch your back
Start a little movement in your sacroiliac

Wiggle like a snake
Waddle like a duck
That's the way you do it when you do the Hucklebuck



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