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Kiss the Girl (From "The Little Mermaid") - Samuel E. Wright

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Samuel E. Wright Kiss the Girl (From "The Little Mermaid") Lyrics

There you see her
Sitting there across the way
She don't got a lot to say
But there's something about her
And you don't know why
But you're dying to try
You wanna kiss the girlYes, you want her
Look at her, you know you do
Possible she wants you too
There is one way to ask her
It don't take a word
Not a single word
Go on and kiss the girlSha la la la la la
My oh my
Look like the boy too shy
Ain't gonna kiss the girl
Sha la la la la la
Ain't that sad?
Ain't it a shame?
Too bad, he gonna miss the girlNow's your moment
Floating in a blue lagoon
Boy you better do it soon
No time will be better
She don't say a word
And she won't say a word
Until you kiss the girl

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Samuel E. Wright (born November 20, 1946 in Camden, South Carolina) is an American actor who voiced Sebastian the crab in Disney's The Little Mermaid. He also was nominated for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical as the original lead actor for Mufasa in The Lion King, the Broadway version of Disney's classic The Lion King. Wright played the Purple Grapes for Fruit of the Loom underwear commercials and he played Enos' partner Turk in the TV series Enos. Wright originated the part of "Sam" in Over Here! on Broadway.

He currently runs his own drama school in Walden, New York and wrote a short play Radio Days about the era when people listened to radio like they watch T.V. today. The play features different bits of music and excerpts from various musicals. But this play was mainly written as a didactic play for child actors. He also wrote a Shakespearian style play called Love's Labor, a historical fiction play about Shakespeare's own life and how he began down his path of tragic works after losing his son Hamlet. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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