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Let's Talk Dirty To The Animals 
By: Gilda Radner
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Rank this week: 22 (↑36)
Duration: 2:22 
Release Date: 1979  (sav-man) 
Lyrics By: Michael O Donoghue (sav-man) 
Music By: Michael O Donoghue (sav-man) 
Produced By: Jerry Wexler/Paul Shaffer/Howard Shore (sav-man) 
Released By: Warner Brothers Records (sav-man) 
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  • This was a song from "Gilda Live", Gilda's attempt at a Broadway Musical-type of show. (sav-man)
  • Most of the above-named show was also reproduced on the 1979 LP GILDA RADNER: LIVE FROM NEW YORK. (sav-man)
  • Song Lyrics:
    A rooster says Good Morning
    With a "****-a-doodle-doo" - Good Morning!
    A horse's neigh is just his way
    Of saying, "How are you".
    A lion growls "Hello"
    And owls ask "Why" and "Where" and "Who".
    May I suggest you get undressed
    And show them your wazoo - Oh,

    The animals, the animals,
    Let's talk dirty to the animals.
    **** you, Mister Bunny.
    Eat ****, Mister Bear.
    If they don't love it, they can shove it.
    Frankly, I don't care - Oh,

    The animals, the animals,
    Let's talk dirty to the animals.
    Up yours, Mister Hippo
    **** off, Mister Fox.
    Go tell a chicken, "Suck my dick" and
    Give him chicken pox - Oh,

    The animals, the animals,
    Let's talk dirty to the animals
    From birds in the treetops
    To snakes in the grass - But,
    Never tell an alligator, "Bite my..." No!
    Never tell an alligator, "Bite my..." Yes!
    Never tell an alligator, "Bite my snatch!"
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