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"The Lamby Lamby Dance" is a dance and song that Dipper Pines learned how to perform for his mother. It involves the dancer donning a lamb costume, and singing a small song. Dipper performed the dance during "The Inconveniencing", in order to free Wendy's friends from the ghosts of Pa and Ma, because they demanded a 'funny little dance'.
Well, who wants a lamby, lamby, lamby?
I do! I do!
So, go up and greet your mammy, mammy, mammy.
Hi there! Hi there!
So march, march, march around the daisies.
But don't, don't, don't you forget about the baby!
After Dipper's performance, Ma and Pa stated "That was some fine girly dancing there, boy!". Wendy was also watching from a cabinet in which she was hiding from the ghosts. However, when being asked what happened while her friends were trapped, Wendy said that Dipper did a lot of cool stuff rather than the girlish, embarrassing performance; thus redubbing him 'Doctor Funtimes' by Wendy's friends.
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