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"Zubada" is a song from the "Tri-Stone Area". It is a caveman version of "Gitchee Gitchee Goo" with some of the dance moves being the same or very similar to its modern day counterpart.

Lyrics

Zupa, daya!
Zupa, daya!
Zupa, daya!
Zupa, daya!
Zupa, daya! (Ooooh)

Zupa, daya!
Zupa, daya!
Zupa, daya!
Zupa, daya! (Yaiiii, yai yai yai yai yai yai yai yai yaaiioh!)
Zupa, daya!
Zupa, daya!
Ooga ooga ooga ooga

Ooh chaka ooh chaka
Kay garna mana hoo (Hey!)
Ya ya ya
Gunga larga mungo
Zooga ooga chunga
Bee-boppa zapadu

Chaka lakka moo eetchie she-ma goo
Chaka lakka moo eetchie she-ma goo
Chaka lakka moo eetchie
Eetchie she-ma ooga
Ooga
Ooga

(Ooga ooga ooga ooga)

Chaka lakka moo eetchie she-ma goo!

Gallery

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Background information

  • From the position in the song, the title in modern speech would not be "Gitchee Gitchee Goo".
  • This song uses the tune of "Gitchee Gitchee Goo", except for the first and second lines.
  • As explained by Martin Olson: "...all the characters are cavemen and cavewomen. Because there's no dialogue, we ended the episode with a song around the fire that breaks into a parody of the first Phineas and Ferb song, Gitchee Gitchee Goo." The song's existence was made public in a YouTube video posted by Dan Povenmire on September 7, 2010, of himself and Martin Olson recording a demo of the song.
  • A few scenes of the video show the creators dancing to the song in stop motion.
  • While "Gitchee Gitchee Goo" was sung in the key of C, this parody transposes it to the key of A.
  • Phinabunk can be seen playing a guitar made of bones, while Gerb is playing a traditional drum. Gerb also plays a xylophone made of woods, and the sticks (which are used to play the xylophone) are made up of bones. Baljug also plays drums.
  • This song has background vocals by Laura Dickinson[1]

Songwriters

BMI Work #13653200

Allusions

  • "The Lion Sleeps Tonight (a/k/a Wimoweh)" and "Shout" - In Aliki Theofilopoulos Graff's Tumblr note from October 16, 2013, the two songs mentioned were inspiration for the episode's ending music.[2]

References

See also

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