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'''[[File:SpiderPig.jpg|thumb|left]]Spider-Pig''' is a song that [[Homer]] first sings when making [[Plopper]] walk on the ceiling like Spider-Man. This gag was added at the last minute. Film composer [[Hans Zimmer]] wrote a choral version of the song originally as a joke, but one of the producers heard it and asked him why it wasn't in the movie. It ended up accompanying Homer's epiphany trip and was the second song heard in the end credits. It is a parody of the ''Spider-Man'' theme song written by Bob Harris and Paul Francis Webster. The parody lyrics were written by [[James L. Brooks]], [[Matt Groening]], [[Al Jean]], [[Ian Maxtone-Graham]], [[George Meyer]], [[David Mirkin]], [[Mike Reiss]], [[Mike Scully]], [[Matt Selman]], [[David Silverman]], [[John Swartzwelder]] and [[Jon Vitti]]. The choral version appears on [[The Simpsons Movie: The Music]] album.
'''Spider-Pig''' is a song that [[Homer]] first sings when making [[Plopper]] walk on the ceiling like Spider-Man. This gag was added at the last minute. Film composer [[Hans Zimmer]] wrote a choral version of the song originally as a joke, but one of the producers heard it and asked him why it wasn't in the movie. It ended up accompanying Homer's epiphany trip and was the second song heard in the end credits. It is a parody of the ''Spider-Man'' theme song written by Bob Harris and Paul Francis Webster. The parody lyrics were written by [[James L. Brooks]], [[Matt Groening]], [[Al Jean]], [[Ian Maxtone-Graham]], [[George Meyer]], [[David Mirkin]], [[Mike Reiss]], [[Mike Scully]], [[Matt Selman]], [[David Silverman]], [[John Swartzwelder]] and [[Jon Vitti]]. The choral version appears on [[The Simpsons Movie: The Music]] album.
 
   
 
== Homer's version ==
 
== Homer's version ==
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:''Honey, that's great. But the very best thing is that he listens to you. Because nothing means more than for a man to...How did the pig tracks get on the ceiling?''
 
:''Honey, that's great. But the very best thing is that he listens to you. Because nothing means more than for a man to...How did the pig tracks get on the ceiling?''
   
:'''[[Homer]]''':
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:'''[[Homer]]''':[[Video:Spider Pig Theme Song|thumb|300px|right|Choral Version]
 
:Spider-Pig, Spider-Pig,
 
:Spider-Pig, Spider-Pig,
 
:Does whatever a Spider-Pig does.
 
:Does whatever a Spider-Pig does.
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:No, he can't, he's a pig,
 
:No, he can't, he's a pig,
 
:Look out, he is a Spider-Pig![[Video:Simpsons clip 8 |thumb|300px|right|Homer's Version]]
 
:Look out, he is a Spider-Pig![[Video:Simpsons clip 8 |thumb|300px|right|Homer's Version]]
[[Video:Spider Pig Theme Song|thumb|300px|right|Choral Version]]
 
   
 
== Choral version ==
 
== Choral version ==
 
:'''Basses''':
 
:'''Basses''':
 
:Duh duh duh duh duh duh duh duh, etc.
 
:Duh duh duh duh duh duh duh duh, etc.
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[[Video:Spider Pig Theme Song|thumb|300px|right|Choral Version]]
   
 
:'''Sopranos and Altos''':
 
:'''Sopranos and Altos''':

Revision as of 20:20, June 2, 2012

SpiderPig
Spider-Pig
is a song that Homer first sings when making Plopper walk on the ceiling like Spider-Man. This gag was added at the last minute. Film composer Hans Zimmer wrote a choral version of the song originally as a joke, but one of the producers heard it and asked him why it wasn't in the movie. It ended up accompanying Homer's epiphany trip and was the second song heard in the end credits. It is a parody of the Spider-Man theme song written by Bob Harris and Paul Francis Webster. The parody lyrics were written by James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean, Ian Maxtone-Graham, George Meyer, David Mirkin, Mike Reiss, Mike Scully, Matt Selman, David Silverman, John Swartzwelder and Jon Vitti. The choral version appears on The Simpsons Movie: The Music album.

Homer's version

Marge:
Honey, that's great. But the very best thing is that he listens to you. Because nothing means more than for a man to...How did the pig tracks get on the ceiling?
Homer:[[Video:Spider Pig Theme Song|thumb|300px|right|Choral Version]
Spider-Pig, Spider-Pig,
Does whatever a Spider-Pig does.
Can he swing from a web?
No, he can't, he's a pig,
Look out, he is a Spider-Pig!thumb|300px|right|Homer's Version

Choral version

Basses:
Duh duh duh duh duh duh duh duh, etc.

thumb|300px|right|Choral Version

Sopranos and Altos:
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh,
Tenors:
Ah, ah, ah, ah,
Spiiiiiiiii-deeerrrrrr piiiiiiiiiiig
Spi...der...pig...guh,etc.
Spider-Pig,
Spider-Pig,
Does whatever
A Spider-Pig does.
Can he swing
Tenors:
Can he swing from a web? Oh, no!
From a web?
No, he can't
He's a pig!
He's a pig.
Full choir:
LOOK OUT!
Tenors:
He is a Spiiiiiii-deeeer Pig.
Sopranos and Altos:
He is a Spider Pig!
Tenors:
Spi...der...pig...
Full choir:
LOOK OUT!
Tenors:
He is a Spiiiiiii-deeeer Pig.
Sopranos and Altos:
He is a Spider Pig!
Sopranos and Altos:
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh,
Tenors:
Ah, ah, ah, ah,
Spiiiiiiiii-deeerrrrrr piiiiiiiiiiig
Soprano Soloist:
Ah-aaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!
Spi...der...pig...guh,etc.
Spiiiiiiiii-deeeeerrrrrr piiiiiiiig-guh,
Spiiiiiii-deeeeeeerrrrr piiiiiiiiiiiig.
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