"The Siamese Cat Song" (sometimes known as We Are Siamese) is the fourth song of the film Lady and the Tramp sung by Si and Am, Aunt Sarah's two Siamese cats. They sing it when Lady first meets them; and during it, they cause much destruction in the house which ends up on her head. They are voiced by Peggy Lee, who recorded her voice twice to get the effect of both of them singing in this song.
Si and Am:
We are Siamese if you please
We are Siamese if you don't please
Now we lookin' over our new domicile
If we like we stay for maybe quite a while
Si: (speaking) Do you seeing that thing swimming round and round? Am: (speaking) Yes. Maybe we can reaching in and make it drown. Si: (speaking) If we sneaking up upon it carefully... Am: There will be a head for you, a tail for me
Si: (speaking) Do you hear what I hear? Am: (speaking) A baby cry?
Where we finding baby, there are milk nearby
Si and Am: If we look in baby buggy there could be Si: Plenty milk for you and also some for me
In the 2019 remake, the song was replaced by a different song titled "What a Shame", because the Siamese cats (and the song) are deemed inappropriate and the aforementioned cats are replaced by Rex cats. The song was also sung with a jazzy tune instead of a Southeast Asian tune.