song at the end of dr. dolittle?

at the end of the credits on the dr. dolittle vhs, there was a music video with a lot of chickens in it. i can't remember the song or the artist. can anyone help me out?

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  • Gidget
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Most I can do is a songlist.

    "Push 'em Up"

    Written by E. Grier, D. Veal, W. Borders, A. Borders, A. Davis

    Performed by Eddie Kane & DeVille featuring D.J. Toomp

    Courtesy of Tony Mercedes Records

    "Are You That Somebody?"

    Written by Stephen 'Static' Garrett and Tim Mosley

    Performed by Aaliyah

    Produced by Timbaland

    Courtesy of Blackground Enterprises

    "Lady Marmalade"

    Written by Kenny Nolan and Bob Crewe

    Performed by All Saints

    Courtesy of London/PolyGram Records

    By Arrangement with PolyGram Film & TV Licensing

    "Rock Steady"

    Written by Aretha Franklin

    Performed by Dawn Robinson

    Produced by Jake and The Phatman for Break of Dawn Productions

    Dawn Robinson performs courtesy of Left Side Entertainment

    "Blowin' in the Wind"

    Written by Bob Dylan

    "Ain't Nothin' But a Party"

    Written by Sylvia Robinson, Clifton Chase, Michael Wright, Cheryl Cook,

    Guy O'Brien, Sherwin Charles, James Carter, Travis Ray Lane and Ivan Norwood

    Performed by Sugarhill Gang featuring Grand Master Melle Mel

    Produced by Sherwin Charles, James Carter and Ivan Norwood for

    Life Long Entertainment

    Sugarhill Gang perform courtesy of Fly Guy - Lalique Productions/Sugar Hill

    Records

    "Get Down Tonight"

    Written by Harry Wayne Casey (as Harry W. Casey) and Richard Finch

    "In Your World"

    Written by Twista, Mayze and Malif

    Performed by Twista & The Speed Knot Mobsters

    Courtesy of CWAL/Atlantic Recording Corp.

    "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing"

    Written by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster

    Courtesy of Associated Production Music

    "Greater Love"

    Written by Lisa Bragg and Michael Bragg

    Performed by Out Of Eden

    Courtesy of Gotee Records Inc.

    "Woof Woof"

    Written by V. Bryant

    Performed by 69 Boyz

    69 Boyz perform courtesy of Home Bass Entertainment / Quadrasound /

    Atlantic Recording Corp.

    "Lovin' You So"

    Written by Tony Maiden, Chaka Khan, D'wayne Wiggins and Rahsaan Patterson

    Performed by Jody Watley

    Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.

    "Eye of the Tiger"

    Written by Jim Peterik and Frankie Sullivan (as Frankie Sullivan III)

    "Circus Parade"

    Courtesy of Associated Production Music

    "Pacific Blue"

    Written by Steven John

    Courtesy of Zomba Music Services

    "I Got You (I Feel Good)"

    Written by James Brown

    "Kum Ba Yah"

    Traditional

    "Talk to the Animals"

    Written by Leslie Bricusse

    Performed by Louis Armstrong

    Courtesy of Brunswick Records

    "Dance"

    Written by Marvin Winans, Ronald Winans, Howard Smith, Warryn Campbell, Erica Atkins,

    Trecina Atkins and Raymond Norwood

    Performed by Robin S. featuring Mary Mary

    Produced by Warryn Campbell for Nyrraw Entertainment

    Robin S. performs courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.

    "That's Why I Lie"

    Written by Rodney Jerkins, Fred Jerkins (as Fred Jerkins III), Lashawn Daniels,

    Isaac

    Phillips, Tye-V Turman and Tracy Hale

    Performed by Ray J

    Produced by Rodney Jerkins

    Ray J performs courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.

    "Do Little Things"

    Written and Produced by Andrea Martin and Ivan Matias

    Performed by Changing Faces featuring Ivan Matias

    Changing Faces perform courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Ivan Matias performs courtesy of Elektra Entertainment

  • 6 years ago

    i was just think about this took haha its called cluck cluck by wyclef jean

  • 1 decade ago

    i don't know

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