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Undisco Kidd

Title of song: Undisco Kidd

Artist: Funkadelic

Title of album: Tales of Kidd Funkadelic

Year of first release: 1976

Trivia: This album is widely considered very weak (the rejected tracks from Let's Take It to the Stage) but this song is popular when performed live.

Description of music:

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Songwriters: George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Bernie Worrell

Memorable Lyrics:

  • "Bertha, you got too much rump to bump!"
    • Bertha may not be used as a proper name. It is frequently used to refer to any fat woman.
  • "I'm public enemy #1 (your sexy body) /To the undisco scene"
  • "Baby let me see you dancing on the disco floor"

Complete lyrics at the Motherpage (http://www.duke.edu/~tmc/motherpage/lyrics_funkadelic/lyr-tales#lyr-s-undisco)

The Undisco Kidd is approached by a fat woman who claims she is an excellent dancer (presumably, a disco fan). He tells her she is too fat to dance. She then claims to be the best dancer in the world, and that her skills make her an enemy to the "Undisco scene" (presumably, funk). She then forces him to dace to disco music.

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