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Silly Little Song of the Smurfs
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|"Silly Little Song of the Smurfs"|
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|Single by Blessing Four|
|Label||Polydor Records Jp|
"Silly Little Song of the Smurfs" (スマーフのちっちゃなちっちゃなうた Sumāfu no Chiccha na Chiccha na Uta) is the opening theme song to the Japanese dub of the Hanna-Barbera Smurfs television series. It was released on 45 vinyl by Polydor Records in 1981 exclusively in Japan. The song was written by Keisuke Yamakawa and its composition is by composers Pierre Kartner, "Corbett", and "Linlee". It features vocals by Yoshio Maruyama and Masaki Kobayashi who are credited as Blessing Four . Included on the back of the album were dancing instructions for a special Smurf dance.
- Side A. スマーフのちっちゃなちっちゃなうた
Sumāfu no Chiccha na Chiccha na Uta/Silly Little Song of the Smurfs
- Side B. スマーフィング･ランド
Sumāfingu Rando/Smurfing Land
- The Smurfs (music)
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