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Weekapaug Groove Lyrics

He walked on down the hall...
Walked on down the hall

He said, "Mother..."
"Father, I want to kill you..."
"Mother...
I want to cook you breakfast...
I want to cook you breakfast, Mother...
Mother...I wanna cook you breakfast...
Then I wanna...I wanna borrow the car...
Then I wanna borrow the car...
Then I wanna..."

Ooooooooooh
Trying to make a woman match your moves
Ooooooooooh
And I'm sharing in the Weekapaug groove
Trying to make a woman match your moves
Ooooooooooh
And I'm sharing in the Weekapaug groove
Trying to make a woman match your moves
Ooooooooooh
And I'm sharing in the Weekapaug groove
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May 24, 2002
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The lyrics are actually "Trying to meet a woman that you move"...and "The End" (Doors song) tease isn't a regularity in this song, just in one certain version. A really fun, musical song, nothing lyrically. The lyrics just stemmed off of a mistake Mike made when trying to remember other lyrics, and the show was in Weekapaug, RI. Part of the "Mike's Groove" string of songs which generally include "Mike's Song" and "I am Hydrogen" with "Weekapaug" closing it out. This isn't always the case, just the most constant.

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This and Mike's Song are two of my Phish favorites, even if they are nonsensical.

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well the slip stitch and pass version (one of the best ever) had the rolling stones tease of Can't You Hear Me Knockin. but i was listening to live phish radio and trey talked about how frankie valli had actually written this song, and had some story about how they heard it on the radio and starting playing it in the car and just tweeked the progression a bit. i wish i could remember what show it was from.

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The lyric is most certainly, "Trying to make a woman match your move."

Which is what I tried to do at many a Phish show in the nineties, occasionally successfully!

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The version from 1991/11/08 is fantastic... Slice of pizza!

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