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Oh Brother, Brother Lyrics, Alvin and The Chipmunks, Oh brother, brother tell us What's gotten in to you Lately We're. The Chipmunk Song is a novelty Christmas song written by Ross Bagdasarian Sr . (a.k.a. David Near the end of the interlude, Dave tells the Chipmunks to get ready to sing again, compliments Christmas in which Alvin tries to flirt with Jaci in Spanish and changes the lyric "I want a hula hoop" to "I want a date with you.". Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet the Wolfman is a American animated horror musical . The Chipmunks and Chipettes end the wrap party by doing their famous performances, and soon everyone else follow the rhythm as the movie ends.
Original Motion Picture Soundtrackpeaked at No. The short depicts Alvin looking through various presents to find a hula hoop, even as he reluctantly sings along with the other Chipmunks.
At the end of the song, Seville rewards Simon and Theodore with toy planes and Alvin with his hula hoop.
The subsequent argument about singing the song again ends abruptly with their Christmas tree falling over, and Seville and the Chipmunks emerge from the mess to wish the viewers a merry Christmas. The song was featured in A Chipmunk Christmas. A depressed Alvin sings along flatly at first much like the originalbut then leaves the studio to give away his harmonica to a sick boy.
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As Seville starts to resume recording the song without Alvin, Alvin returns in the nick of time to sing the song with the others. The song was featured in the s and s version of Alvin and the Chipmunksin the episode "Merry Christmas, Mr.
There, it was revealed that Dave wrote the song called "The Christmas Song" in this episodebecause it was inspired by the gifts that the young Chipmunks gave him which was an eraser, a pencil and a piece of paper. The song was featured in the film Alvin and the Chipmunks. The film also features the original track by Ross Bagdasarian, Sr. The original track is played briefly during a flashback in Alvin and the Chipmunks: They also performed a duet version with Jaci Velasquez for her album Christmas in which Alvin tries to flirt with Jaci in Spanish and changes the lyric "I want a hula hoop" to "I want a date with you.
However, Arthur soon takes a great liking to the song and continually plays it throughout the episode, much to Doug and his wife Carrie's annoyance.
In the film Ice Age: They eventually decide to take up some advice from known psychic Madame Raya. She says that Theodore is already close to the animal state and will turn into a werewolf soon enough. Simon and Alvin ask her if there is any way to cure him.
She suggests knocking him out with a silver cane while he is still a "puppy" before the next full moon when the transformation will be complete.
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Heeding this advice, Alvin breaks into Mr. Talbot's home and steals his silver cane. However, as he runs away with it, he knocks into Dave. That night, Dave goes to see Mr. Talbot to apologize and explain everything to him.Everythings gonna be alright Real Voices
However, during the conversation, the full moon rises and he transforms into a werewolf. Terrified, Dave runs to the school to warn the boys. However, he runs into a pole, knocking him unconscious.
Having followed Dave to the school, Mr. Talbot makes his way inside. During the play, Theodore changes into a werewolf while on set and starts to attack Eleanor. However, after cornering her, the necklace Theodore gave her earlier shines by the moon, causing Theodore to remember his feelings towards her and to flee.
Eleanor follows him, determined to help him, only to almost be attacked by Mr. Talbot, who was the original werewolf that bit Theodore.
Theodore quickly defends her and attacks Mr. Talbot, biting him during the struggle. As a result of the bite, Mr. Talbot changes back into a human and Theodore back into a chipmunk. Confused by what happened, Simon explains to everyone how the bite cured them by causing the effect to reverse on them both.