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  1. Monkey See, Monkey Do is a music track that is unlocked at the Monkey Colony. Trivia The name of this track references the saying "Monkey see, monkey do" which originated in Jamaica and made its way into American culture sometime in the s., Even though the unlock hint for this track states that is unlocked during Do No Evil, it is possible to do the whole quest without unlocking it., It is.
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  4. Rick Stitzel: Monkey See, Monkey Do (COMPLETE) for jazz band, intermediate sheet music. Includes an High Quality PDF file to download instantly. Licensed to Virtual Sheet Music® by Hal Leonard® publishing company. NOTE: The image above is just a preview of the first page of this item.
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  7. "Monkey See, Monkey Do " was a deleted song from the Disney film, The Jungle Book written by Terry Gilkyson. The song was to be performed by the Monkeys (also known as the Bandar-log).
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