Peanut, Peanut Butter and Jelly (x4)
First you take the peanuts and you crush them, you crush them (x4)
Then you take the grapes and you squeeze them, you squeeze them (x4)
Then you take the bread and you slice them, you slice them (x4)
Featuring Chloe Kim (3 Years Old)
Performed & Produced by Jefferson Kim
I utilized Ableton Live’s native video mixing capabilities.
For some reason there’s been a spike in views over the last couple of days for this video. I did a Google search for the term, “Daniel Bedingfield Auto-Tune” and my video seems to be ranked at #1. I’m actually getting more views now per day than when Daniel Bedingfield himself tweeted my video in 2011. So it’s kind of a mystery.
Daniel Bedingfield – If You’re Not The One (Auto-Tune) There’s a refreshing casualness here, compared to some of the earnestness that’s coming up. jeffersonkim delivers his performance slouched on an office chair, framed by a superbly messy backdrop, swivelling and fidgeting away, with the occasional builder’s sniff to punctuate Bedders’s timeless melody. Sonically, you might be put off by the trilly autotune, but the alarming stereo separation is worse, if you’re listening on headphones. As for the big note, he wins me over with a very gracious ‘refusal at the first fence’ and a long sigh instead, as though finally reaching a toilet on a busy day. 3/5
Anyway, in a little while, I’ll probably get a better idea on where all the traffic is coming from for the video and I’ll update this post. Enjoy the video. I know it’s difficult for me to endure more than a minute.
My two year old had problems pooping in the toilet. She could pee just fine, but refused to go poop in the toilet. I think she was ashamed. She’d always go into the corner of her room and poop in her diaper (or on the floor) when we weren’t looking.
So I wrote this fun song to pump her up and get her excited to poop in the toilet like her big sister, daddy and mommy! And it worked.
Now the two little ones always want the “poopy” song to dance to.