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Twirling Whirling (Sandy's Version)

"Twirling Whirling" is a song that Stan wrote for Sandy when they were young, and the song still continues to be a big part of their relationship. They often sing it. There are 2 versions of the song; Sandy's version and Stan's version. The Japanese counterpart of this song is called "Kuru Kuru".

The song first was sung in Let's Dance, Sandy!, and was very present in the following episode, The Search for Sandy's Brother.

Sandy's Version

Twirling, twirling round we go

Twirling high and twirling low

See the colors skip and flow

Twirling round we go

Stan's Version

Twirling, whirling, 'round we go,

Twirling high and twirling low,

See the colors skip and flow,

Twirling 'round we go.

Twirling, whirling, 'round we go,

Twirling high and twirling low,

See the ribbons as they blow,

Twirling 'round we go.

Ham-ham Version

(This version was sung to Sandy as celebration when Stan was found)

Twirling, twirling round we go

Twirling high and twirling low

Twirling round we go

Twirling, twirling round we go

Twirling fast and twirling slow

Twirling round we go

Twirling, twirling round we go

(crumb crumb, crumb crumb, crumb crumb, ticky-ticky-ticky)

Twirling high and twirling low

(crumb crumb, crumb crumb, crumb crumb, ticky-ticky-ticky)

See the colours skip and flow

(crumb crumb, crumb crumb, ticky-ticky-ticky, ticky-ticky-tick)

Twirling round we go

Download

You can download the song here.

NOTE: I do not own ANY part of Hamtaro. Full credit to Ritsuko Kawai, Viz-Media and any of Hamtaro's Distributors. We are just here to keep the Hamtaro Fanbase alive for people to enjoy!

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