Wednesday Dance Song Lyrics Meaning

The Wednesday Dance Song Lyrics Meaning {Explained}

The Wednesday Dance Song Lyrics meaning

The Wednesday dance is getting pretty popular and viral on Tiktok. Everyone is doing the dance challenge. Based on popular demand, here is The Wednesday Dance Song Lyrics Meaning



Goo Goo Muck by The Cramps: The Wednesday Dance Song Lyrics Meaning {Explained}

The Wednesday dance song is “Goo Goo Muck” by The Cramps.

Although, on TikTok a version of Lady Gaga’s “Bloody Mary” has been added to it because it just complements it so well.

However, the version of Lady Gaga’s song itself is not in Wednesday Addams dance scene {because it actually does not correlate to the theme of the movie}and is not the Wednesday Dance song.

But the Wednesday Dance Song is Goo Goo Muck by the cramps. Here is The Wednesday Song Lyrics Meaning


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The Wednesday Dance Song Lyrics Meaning Verse 1

[Verse 1]
When the sun goes down, and the moon comes up
I turn into a teenage goo goo muck
Yeah, I cruise through the city and I roam the street
Looking for something that is nice to eat


Wednesday Dance Song lyrics meaning as inferred by the first verse shows that the “Goo Goo Muck” is a monster, most likely a zombie, but definitely not a vampire. It is a monster because the singer says he turns into a “teenage Goo Goo Muck” and “Cruise through the city”. 

Wednesday Song Lyrics Meaning

True, vampires have to wait till the sun goes down and the moon comes out to feast, but vampires do not feed on human flesh, they only drink blood, and there is no mention of the Goo Goo Muck looking for blood, rather, he says he is looking for “Something that is nice to eat”- a dark humor on a human flesh that it is yummy enough to be his meal.


Wednesday Dance Song Lyrics Meaning Explained {Verse 2}

[Verse 2]
I’m the night headhunter looking for some head
With a way out body underneath that head
Well I’ll get you baby with a little luck
‘Cause I’m teenage tiger and a goo goo muck

You better duck
When I show up
The goo goo muck

[Verse 3]
Yeah, the city is a jungle and I’m a beast
I’m a teenage tiger looking for a feast
I want the most but I’ll take the least
‘Cause I’m a goo goo muck tiger and a teenage beast

You better duck
When I show up
The goo goo muck

The goo goo muck 


The refrain after verse 1 shows that the Goo Goo Muck has a fetish for feasting on human heads alone. He says “You better duck, when I show up”.

This translates to “You better hide your heads when I show up”. Verse 2 further confirms The Wednesday Dance Song Lyrics Meaning when it infers that the Goo Goo Muck is a “headhunter” who plays on the sex pun on “looking for some head”.

Besides, the cover art of The Goo Goo Muck song features a couple of skulls- perhaps the trophies of the Goo Goo Muck after it had its meals.


The Wednesday Dance Song Lyrics Meaning Explained

Goo Goo Muck is apparently the suitable choice for Wednesday’s dance because it talks about a monster that roams a city and looks for people’s heads to eat.

This is the same thing that happens in Wednesday Addams- a monster is being hunted, and Wednesday tasks herself with uncovering the identity of that monster.

It is only suitable that the song is chosen for one of the most important scenes of Wednesday Addams

That’s Wednesday song lyrics meaning 


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Wednesday is an American coming of age supernatural comedy horror television series based upon the character Wednesday Addams from The Addams Family. Created by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, it stars Jenna Ortega as the titular character, with Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzmán, Isaac Ordonez, Gwendoline Christie, Riki Lindhome, Jamie McShane, Fred Armisen, and Christina Ricci appearing in supporting roles. Four out of the eight episodes are directed by Tim Burton, who also serves as executive producer.

Wednesday premiered on November 16, 2022, and was released on Netflix on November 23 to generally positive reviews by critics, who praised Ortega’s performance, but criticized it for its similarities to CW dramas

Wednesday Friday Addams is a fictional character created by American cartoonist Charles Addams, the only daughter in The Addams Family. The character has also appeared in television, film, and in video games, in both the live-action and animated formats.

Wednesday Dance Song Lyrics

In Addams’ cartoons, which first appeared in The New Yorker, Wednesday and other members of the family had no names. When the characters were adapted to the 1964 television series, Charles Addams gave her the name “Wednesday”, based on the nursery rhyme line, “Wednesday’s child is full of woe”.

The idea for the name was supplied by the actress and poet Joan Blake, an acquaintance of Addams.

Wednesday is the sister of Pugsley Addams (and, in the 1993 movie Addams Family Values, Pubert Addams) and as such the only daughter of Gomez and Morticia Addams. In earlier adaptations she is the younger sister of Pugsley, and in later adaptations she becomes the older one.

Wednesday Addams is a 13-year-old who is obsessed with death. Wednesday does most of her experiments on her brother Pugsley Addams for “fun” or for punishment. Wednesday has tried to kill Pugsley many times. She likes raising spiders and researching the Bermuda Triangle. She has a tendency to startle people due to her gothic personality.

Wednesday’s most notable features are her pale skin and long, dark braided pigtails. She seldom shows her emotions and is generally bitter. Wednesday usually wears a black dress with a white collar, black stockings, and black shoes.

In the 1960s series, she is sweet-natured and serves as a foil to the weirdness of her parents and brother, although her favorite hobby is raising spiders; she is also a ballerina. Wednesday’s favorite toy is her Marie Antoinette doll, which her brother guillotines (at her request). She is stated to be six years old in the television series pilot episode. In one episode, she is shown to have several other headless dolls as well. She also paints pictures (including a picture of trees with human heads) and writes a poem dedicated to her favorite pet spider, Homer. Wednesday is deceptively strong; she is able to bring her father down with a judo hold.

In the 1991 film, she is depicted in a darker fashion. She shows sadistic tendencies and a dark personality and is revealed to have a deep interest in the Bermuda Triangle and an admiration for an ancestor (Great Aunt Calpurnia Addams) who was burned as a witch in 1706.

In the 1993 sequel, she was even darker: she buried a live cat, tried to guillotine her baby brother Pubert, set fire to Camp Chippewa, and (possibly) scared fellow camper,

Joel, to death. These films were the first version of The Addams Family in which violent or horrific acts could be depicted on-camera rather than implied, which makes Wednesday’s personality difficult to define: in the first film, she is seen to successfully electrify her brother Pugsley in an electric chair, but she and Morticia express no surprise that he is neither killed nor even harmed.

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