"Josie And The Pussycats" as written by Hoyt Curtin, Denby Williams and Joseph Roland....
Josie and the pussycats
Long tails, and ears for hats
Guitars an' sharps 'n' flats
Neat, sweet, a groovy song
You're invited, come along

Hurry, hurry

See ya all in Persia
Or maybe France
We could be India
Or Perchance
Be with us in Bangkok
Makes no difference
We're involved with this or that
Everywhere the action's at

Come along now,
Jossie and the pussycats
No time for purrs and pats
(Get ready !)
Won't run when they hear "SKAT!"
(Here we come !)
Josie and the pussycats

(Look out, yo)

Hurry, hurry

See ya all in Persia
Or maybe France
We could be India
Or Perchance
Be with us in Bangkok
Makes no difference
We're involved with this or that
Everywhere the action's at

Come along now,
Jossie and the pussycats
No time for purrs and pats
Won't run when they hear "skat!"
There where the plot begins
Come on watch the good guys win.
Josie and the pussycats
Josie and the pussycats

Yeah, Josie and the pussycats
(Here we come, ya'll)
Josie and the pussycats [Repeat: x7]


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"Josie and the Pussycats" as written by Hoyt Curtin Denby Williams

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    General CommentI've never heard this song, but maybe I'll check it out later...
    ADiamondStripeon July 05, 2002   Link
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    General CommentOne of the Saturday Morning Cartoon Themes redone in the '90s on a compilation album. This was actually a duet of Juliana Hatfield, and Tanya Donelly, formerly of Belly, and now gone solo. This was actually a very good pairing of the two with the song.
    BlakeQHatfieldon September 13, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI have the video of this song, they are outside playing guitars and singing in the sun. Juliana has her hair dyed platinum blonde, I didn't think she looked very good with that hair color. Otherwise it's a fun song and video.
    easyriderusaon October 29, 2007   Link

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