I Wan’na Be Like You. Robbie Williams. Album Swings Both Ways. I Wan’na Be Like You Lyrics. I'm the king of the swingers Oh, the jungle . P I reached the top and I had to stop And that's what bothering me. I want to be a man, man-cub And stroll right into town And be just like those other men I'm tired of monkeying around. And Olly said: I absolutely loved working with Rob on this album. After touring Europe with him this year it seemed only right that we record something together, and I Wan’na Be Like You is such a classic sing-a-long tune. It’s always brilliant when you get to work with your mates! "I Wan’na Be Like You" Track Info. Swings Both Ways Robbie Williams.
I Wan'na Be like You" is a song from Walt Disney's 1967 film The Jungle Book. The song was written by songwriters Robert and Richard Sherman, and was performed by singer and musician Louis Prima as King Louie, with Phil Harris as Baloo the bear. Walt Disney sought to make his version of The Jungle Book a lot more upbeat than the Rudyard Kipling source material, the original Bill Peet script, and the initial score composed by Terry Gilkyson.
Album Disneymania 5.
I Wan’na Be Like You (The Monkey Song)" is a song sung by King Louie, Baloo and Mowgli from Walt Disney's 1967 film, The Jungle Book. The song was sung by Louis Prima and written by songwriters Robert and Richard Sherman.
I Wan'na Be Like You digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file. Contains complete lyrics. The Arrangement Details Tab gives you detailed information about this particular arrangement of I Wan'na Be Like You - not necessarily the song. Not the arrangement you were looking for? View All Arrangements. From: The Jungle Book. Additional Performers: Louis Prima.
Now I'm the king of the swingers Oh, the jungle VIP I've reached the top and had to stop.
You go back and forth, you make pros and cons lists-you know the deal. After the deed is done, it's sometimes hard to tell whether the breakup was a mistake or not. You have so many conflicting feelings that it's impossible to decipher the emotional part of your brain from the logical part. You wonder if wanting to get back together with your ex will fade or if the feeling means you were never meant to break up in the first place. Here's the tricky thing: It’s not always black and white. There’s a whole lot of room for gray.
|A||Get Back Together|
|B||I Wan'na Be Loved|
|BU 471||Winston Groovy||I Wanna Be Loved (7")||Bullet||BU 471||UK||1971|
|KORS 1046||Winston Groovy||I Wan'na Be Loved / Get Back Together (7", Single)||World Record Co., A.I.T. Records (Kenya) Ltd., Beverley Music||KORS 1046||Kenya||1977|
|BU 471||Winston Groovy||I Wan'na Be Loved / Get Back Together (7")||Bullet||BU 471||UK||1971|