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Bye-Yum Pum Pum is the seventh song of the 1967 Disney film, The Happiest Millionaire written by the Academy Award-winning songwriting team of Richard Sherman and Robert B. Sherman.

Lyrics

Bye-yum pum pum
Bye-yum pum pum
Bye-yum pum pum
Bye-yum
You must be oh so, mysterioso,
Enthusiasm is très passé.
You must slink across the floor
As if it's a dreadful bore,
To the rhythm of Bye-yum pum pum.
Bye-yum pum pum
Bye-yum pum pum
Bye-yum

(Bye-yum pum pum in the background)

Nita Naldi, Theda Bara,
Hollow cheeks and black mascara.
Bye-yum pum pum
Bye-yum
The men in college always acknowledge
A girl who dances in a trance.
So bye-yum until the dawn
As if you're about to yawn
To the rhythm of bye-yum pum pum
Bye-yum pum pum
Bye-yum pum pum
Bye-yum
Today the key to being wanted,
Is just to glide as if you're haunted!

(instrumental)

For when you're oh so, mysterioso,
The men will grow so entranced with you.
As you secretly conceal the tingly way you feel,
When you're dancing to Bye-yum pum pum!
Bye-yum pum pum
Bye-yum pum pum
Bye-yum!

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