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Stuck to a Pole is the fifth song featured in Total Drama World Tour. It is sung in Anything Yukon Do, I Can Do Better. Bridgette is the main singer, with Team Amazon as back up. Bridgette sings the songs about her feelings of hatred towards Alejandro after he betrayed her and left her stuck to a pole, as well as her regret for betraying her boyfriend.

Lyrics

Bridgette: The strings of my heart are a tangled mess!
Courtney, Gwen, and Heather: Oooh, mess!
Bridgette: It's beating so hard, it's jumping outta my chest!
Courtney, Gwen, and Heather: Oooh, chest!
Bridgette: I tried to fit two men in my soul!
Courtney, Gwen, and Heather: Oooh, soul!
Bridgette: I ended up stuck to a pole!
Courtney, Gwen, and Heather: She got stuck! Should've ducked! Worst of luck! Stuck, stuck to a pole!
Bridgette: I fell for every little thing that he said!
Courtney, Gwen, and Heather: Oooh, said!
Bridgette: And when I closed my eyes, he jumped on a sled!
Courtney, Gwen, and Heather: Oooh, sled!
Bridgette: He's moved on, I'm still stuck in this place!
Courtney, Gwen, and Heather: Oooh, place!
Bridgette: Would someone pour warm water down my face?!
Courtney, Gwen, and Heather: She got stuck! Should've ducked! Worst of luck! Stuck, stuck to a pole!
Courtney, Gwen, Heather, and Sierra: Stuck, stuck, stuck to a pole!

Trivia

General

  • This is the only song in Total Drama World Tour that shows lyrics to it. This is to make easier to understand, as the main lyrics are slurred due to Bridgette's tongue being stuck to the pole.
  • This is the first song that does not require the whole cast singing together, as only Team Amazon and Bridgette sang, contradicting the "all contestants must sing in each show" rule created by Chris in the first episode of the season.
    • Even then, Cody did not sing, but was not eliminated.
  • This is the first song not to contain any dialogue.
  • There are two versions of this song; one where Bridgette's voice is slurred due to her tongue being stuck to a pole (the version that was played on the show) and one where her voice sounds normal (the version that is used on the Cartoon Network download).

Continuity

  • This is the first song to feature a main vocalist.
  • This is the first song to be sung only by females.
  • Towards the end of the song, Heather, Gwen, and Courtney dance the same way as they did in Lovin' Time.
  • This is the first of the two songs in which Bridgette sings about her love. The other is I'm Sorry.
  • This is the first song sung about another person.

References

  • The dance from Heather, Gwen and Courtney near the end of the song is a reference to the 80's movie The Breakfast Club.

Goofs

  • There are two points during the song when the audio doesn't match the captions shown on screen (the captions match the audio used in the downloadable version).
    • When Bridgette sings, "It's beatin' so hard, it comes outta my chest" the captions read, "It's beatin' so hard, it's jumping outta my chest".
    • When Bridgette sings, "Would somebody pour warm water down my face?!", the captions read "Would someone pour warm water down my face?!".

Gallery

See also

Total Drama World Tour songs
Pre-merge Come Fly With Us | Lovin' Time | Rowin' Time | Before We Die | Stuck to a Pole | What's Not To Love | Baby | I'm Sorry | Eine Kleine | Gypsy Rap | Paris in the Springtime | Sea Shanty Mix | Oh My Izzy | Save This Show | Sisters | Changing Guard Mix | Greek Mix | Boyfriend Kisser | Shear the Sheep | We Built Gwen's Face | Her Real Name Isn't Blaineley
Post-merge Blainerific | A Chinese Lesson | Wake Up | Condor | This Is How We Will End It | Who You Gonna Root For? | I'm Winning This | I'm Gonna Make It | Versus

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