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​Da-Doo

This song is by Howard Ashman and appears on the musical Little Shop of Horrors (1982) by ​Alan Menken and on the movie soundtrack Little Shop of Horrors (1986) by ​Alan Menken.

Chorus: Da-doo,

Seymour
I was walkin' in the wholesale flower district that day
(Chorus) Shoop da-doo,

Seymour
And I passed by this place where this old Chinese man

Chorus: Chang da-doo

Seymour
He sometimes sells me weird and exotic cuttings,

Chorus: Snip da-doo,

Seymour
'Cause he knows, you see, that strange plants are my hobby.

Chorus: Da da da da da da-doo.

Seymour
He didn't have anything unusual there that day.

Chorus: Nope, da-doo,

Seymour
So I was just about to,
Ya know, walk on by,

Chorus: Good for you,

Seymour: when suddenly,

Chorus: Da doo

Seymour:
And without warning, there was this total eclipse of the sun.
It got very dark and there was this strange
Sound like something from another world.

Chorus: Da-doo

Seymour: And when the light came back this weird plant was just sitting there,

Chorus: whoop-see-doo

Seymour: just, you know, stuck in, among the zinnias.

Chorus: Audrey Two

Seymour
I coulda sworn it hadn't been there before,
But the old Chinese man sold it to me anyways,
For a dollar ninety-five.

Music by:

Alan Menken

Lyrics by:

Howard Ashman