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Miss Anna T, If You Please
Episode Lotsa Luck
Sung by Robert Wilson
Marty Robson
Andy Stein
Length 1:21
Season Season 1
Episode Transcript Lotsa Luck
International versions

Miss Anna T, If You Please (once called "Meet Anna T", by Daniel Ingram)[1] is a song about Anna Twombly's talent as a master at kung fu quilting when she was younger.

According to singer Andrew Stein, the producers specifically asked Daniel to write a pop song in the style of The Beatles.[2] According to Daniel Ingram, Andy Stein "happened to be passing through town as [he] was recording and was kind enough to come by the studio to lay down his dulcet tones."[1]

The second part to each verse was sung by Andy Stein, who said that he believes the bridge, along with most of the other vocals, were by Robert Wilson, who also sang the theme song for Martha Speaks. Most of the harmonies during the song were by Andy Stein as well.[3]

Lyrics

S1E22KungfooQuilting
[Voice-over]
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah yeah yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah
She quilts you a blanket with time to spare
Her Kung fu fists flying through the air
Her fingers are faster than a swarm of bees
Her legs kicking 'round at ninety degrees
We say:
Miss Anna T, if you please
Yeah, yeah, yeah yeah yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Who's got the moves like we've never seen?
Kung fu quiltin' up a new routine
Quilts made softer than a summer's breeze
Strong enough to catch a dog and its fleas
We say:
Miss Anna T, if you please
Yeah, yeah, yeah yeah yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah
She's so popular
Downright jocular
Acts so amazing it's Kung fu quilt-tacular
Patterns on squares
Chopping through the air
Miss Anna T, you can't compare!
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah yeah yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Miss Anna T, if you please
Yeah, yeah, yeah yeah yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah

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