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  • Country Bear Jamboree Lyrics

    Would any CBJ fans have noticed something about the show which seems a little unusual? While the song ALL THE GUYS THAT TURN ME ON, TURN ME DOWN is playing, there is a "slide show" behind the Sun Bonnet Bears that features the lyrics. The last line sung is just vocalizing, and sounds very much like "Doodle-doodle-do-do-do-bump-bump." But the last words on the slide are "Don't Bop." Say what? "Bop" is slang for self-pleasure. I have heard the song a zillion times and absolutely cannot get "don't bop" out of the soundtrack in any way, shape, or form. It's either "bump-bump" or "bup-bup" or something similar, but it ain't "Don't Bop." I'm wondering if someone, many long years ago, slipped this into the show on a lark. I'd like to know what other MICECHAT readers think. Despite the nature of the question, I ask it in all seriousness purely as a matter of Disney trivia. Please don't reply in a manner so as to doom this thread to the Litter Box!
    Thanks, and I'll look forward to seeing and receiving M/C reader opinions.

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    Re: Country Bear Jamboree Lyrics

    I've never heard "bop" ever being used as a slang term for self pleasure...

    When I see the show again in Jan. I'll take a look for ya.

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      Re: Country Bear Jamboree Lyrics

      I never paid attantion to the slides much during the Sunbonnets number.

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        Re: Country Bear Jamboree Lyrics

        Originally posted by Bill
        I've never heard "bop" ever being used as a slang term for self pleasure...

        When I see the show again in Jan. I'll take a look for ya.
        Check out the old Cyndi Lauper song "She-Bop"... It's all about self pleasure.

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