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The Siamese Cat Song
Originally performed by
Composer Peggy Lee and Sonny Burke
Performer(s) Peggy Lee (Si and Am)
Feature films Lady and the Tramp
Short films
Television programs
Video games
Albums The Disney Collection - Volume 1 (1987 edition)/Volume 2 (1991 version)
Lady and the Tramp (Original Soundtrack)
Classic Disney - Volume IV
Disney's 75 Years of Music & Memories
Disney's Greatest - Volume 3
Disney Villains: Simply Sinister Songs
Preceded by "La La Lu"
Followed by "Bella Notte"

"The Siamese Cat Song" (sometimes known as We Are Siamese) is a song from Lady and the Tramp sung by Si and Am, the two Siamese cats owned by Aunt Sarah. 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 cats 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: Do you seeing that thing swimming round and round?
Am: Yes. Maybe we can reaching in and make it drown.
Si: If we sneaking up upon it carefully
Am: There will be a head for you, a tail for me.

Si: Do you hear what I hear?
Am: A baby cry?
Where we finding baby there be milk nearby.

Si and Am: If we look in baby buggy there could be
Si: Plenty milk for you and also some for me.


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