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The Rivingtons – The Bird's The Word lyrics

(A-wella everybody's heard about the bird)
The bird
The bird
Swinginest dance now to hit the scene
It's got the latest groove and it's really mean
Haven't you heard about the bird?
Don't you know that the bird's the word?
The bird
Everybody the bird
Come on, jump here and get on your knees
And get to flappin' your wings, in the west or the east
Haven't you heard about the bird?
Don't you know that the bird's the word?
The bird
Everybody the bird
Bird, bird, bird, bird, bird
Well they're dancin' this bird on the east and the west
Make this dance and you'll look the best
Haven't you heard about the bird?
Everybody knows that the bird is the word
Everybody the bird
Everybody the bird
Everybody the bird
Everybody the bird
(Fade)



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