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Ha!
The hours approaching to give it your best,
you've got to reach your prime,
that's when you need to put yourself to the test,
and show us a passage of time,

we're gonna need a montage! (Montage!)
ooh it takes a montage! (Montage!)

Show lots of things happenin' at once,
remind everyone of whats going on, (Whats going on!)
And with every shot, show a little improvement,
to show it all would take too long

That's called a montage! (Montage!)
Do it with a montage! (Montage!)

In anything you want to go,
from just a beginner to a pro,
you need a montage! (Montage!)
Even Rocky had a montage! (Montage!)

(Montage!)
(Montage!)

In anything you want to go,
from just a beginner to a pro,
you need a montage! (Montage!)
ooh it takes a montage! (Montage!)

Always fade out in a montage...
If you fade out it seems like more time has passed in a montage...
montage...


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    General Commenti think this song shows a significant amount of..significance in the movie team america:world police. it has a very strong meaning in the second verse, and by the end most people shed tears. It is meaningful in many aspectes, especially in the outro. Trey parker has done a wonderful job of portraying gary's transformation into a man. in short..


    ..THIS SONG IS SWEET
    SparkleRedRoseon September 15, 2005   Link
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    General CommentMontage was first featured in the South Park episode Asspen (a sports-training montage), which sends up b-grade skiing movies. The song explains the movie-maker's device of "montage", making fun of it at the same time as they are using it. Karate Kid, No Retreat No Surrender and even Rocky had a montage
    StonedGoaton April 15, 2007   Link

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