Bouncin’ is a song featured in the My Friends Tigger & Pooh film Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too. In this film, when appointed Mayor of the Hundred Acre Wood, Rabbit creates a set of strict new rules that include placing Tigger on a highly-limited daily bouncing schedule. At first, Tigger tries to follow the rules, but he soon fines it impossible to contain his energy and sings this song to express his feelings about the joy of bouncing. The song is a great musical number, complete with references to the classic film Singin' in the Rain and multiple Tiggers, wished up by Tigger. The song ends with Tigger giving a great bounce and crashing into Rabbit's garden.

"Bouncin’" was written by Andy Sturmer & Brian Hohlfeld and arranged by Steve Lu & Dan Kolton.

Sample Lyrics

 Bouncin’, long-eared types say "foo" to bouncin’
 There's no thing as too much bouncin’
 It's what Tiggers do da best
 Hoo hoo, a dop a do
 Once you start with bouncin’
 You gotta bouncity-bounce some more
 'Cause dere’s no treat that's half as sweet
 As tail meetin’ floor
 Let me show ya’ bouncin’
 When I'm feelin’ blue
 And bouncin’ is what pulls me through
 ’Cause bouncin’ is what Tiggers do da best


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