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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

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