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"Think, Think, Think" is a song featured in most My Friends Tigger & Pooh stories. Generally, at a certain point when attempting to solve a case, the Super Sleuths will stop and decide that they need to think, think, think in order to try to brainstorm an answer to the mystery that they are solving. This song will be played as stock footage of the characters pointing to their heads and searching for clues against colorful backgrounds is shown. Occasionally, the backgrounds shown in this sequence have been changed to reflect a holiday theme, such as in Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie. The song is performed by a group of female vocalists, possibly including Kay Hanley, and consists of only four lines:
Now it's time to think think think.
When you have a problem, think think think.
Look at every clue like the Super Sleuths do.
And just think think think.
Pooh, Darby and Tigger perform the "Think, Think, Think" at the end in turn, along with the female vocalists. In "Topsy Turvy Tigger," the Super Sleuths found themselves so stumped that they performed a new song titled "Think, Think, Think a Little Harder." In a number of stories from My Friends Tigger & Pooh's second season, "The Question Song" was performed in some halfs of episodes but some other episode halfs, "Think, Think, Think" was still performed. In Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too, the entire cast performed the song to help Darby find Buster, but without any special musical or background accompaniment.