The Human Jungle starring Herbert Lom was never this much fun
And I'm ready to swear to that
The room is swaying like a boat
But I'm still afloat and that's a matter of fact
Let's address the last few facts we have today
See if any of them help in any way
Ask ourselves now, what would Dr. Korda say?Dr. Korda was the name of the character played by Herbert Lom in the early sixties T.V. series "The Human Jungle"
Oh, what'll he say when it comes on down?
Chorus:And you don't ask why
Give me the sex and travel down in the human jungle (x2)
Give me the sex and travel (x2)
Down in the human jungle
Every Tuesday half-past two
We investigate all the things that people are
See the boy who lost his shoe
See the zoo
See the babies ride in unmarked cars
Then the advert brothers stumble in
Watch the telly, do the ironing
All those ladies never learn a thing
What can you say when it comes on down
Ba-da ba-da ba-ba bewitched
I'm a camera, I'm a clown
And every you make, I write it down
I know all about your house, I know all about your mouth
I know when, I've got to leave your town
He can help you to recovery
He knows the secrets of psychiatry
You're all now-a-go-go... certainly
But what'll it be when it comes on down?
What can anybody do or say? (x8)
1 (Pat Solo)
7 (Pat Solo)
2 (Pat Solo)
2 (Pat Solo)
The Human Jungle
eyevocal[at]-remove-gmail.com - Dave Watson
25Jul2016 8:42 AM (5 years 65 days ago)
The second background vocal line in the chorus sounds to me like "Like a eight-eyed spy." I don't know why it's not "like AN eight-" or if it actually is a tribute to Ms. Lunch's pioneering no-wave band, but hey.
And that line in the second verse (freshly re-listened to, off the Scandal/Sex CD) sounds to me like "See the babies hide behind them bars." I suspect that the "unmarked cars" bit is a live variation Pat used for a yuk, just like how he switches up the names in "Sex Engine" to people he knows, or how "Partytime"'s line "It's better than a cold bath with" has ended with "Nazis on cocaine" or "an oversexed tarantula."
morph[at]-remove-growler.net - Fingal, Winston-Salem, NC, USA
12Sep2007 1:12 PM (14 years 19 days ago)
Anyone know if this show is available on DVD?
Dr Roger Corder, M.D., D.P.M., Harley
Street psychiatrist and consultant
psychiatrist to St. Damien's Hospital
was a television character that became
so real to viewers between 1963 and
1965, that hundreds of letters were
received by the studio each week, asking
for his help.
I thought so, too
sctor[at]-remove-iambif.com - scott, USA
26Apr2007 11:41 AM (14 years 158 days ago)
Yep, I always thought "See the babies hide behind the bars" was a nice follow-on to the "See the zoo"
ozkor[at]-remove-ozkor.com - paul korea
2Apr2006 3:54 AM (15 years 182 days ago)
i thought it was
'see the babies hide behind their ma's'
and thought it referred to shyness or ...
you[at]-remove-126.96.36.199 - London, UK
4Nov2005 8:18 AM (15 years 331 days ago)
The line is '...babies hide behind their (or the) bars' (e.g., like in a