That’s What Tiggers Do Best is a song about Tigger and his lovely amazingness first released in the album "Winnie The Pooh: Take My Hand". The song is performed by artist Stan Bush. Oddly, this song has never been featured in any Winnie the Pooh film or TV production.
It's a rather funny habit, Tiggers like to pounce on Rabbit As he works out in his garden unaware He'll ask, "How are you, Long Ears?" as they romp through his tomateers But that's what Tiggers do best!
Yes, they're always where they shouldn't be I don't know why he wouldn't see It's so much fun to jump a plump Pooh bear! Now Tiggers are a fearless breed their bravery only matched by speed but there's a quality they seldom show: they're sensitive and quiet as they raise a ruckus riot Yes, that's what Tiggers do best!
"Now Tigger, don't you be absurd," But Piglet can be often heard "Be careful, don't throw caution to the wind don't fly a kite on a blustery day" "Don't worry, Buddy Boy," he'll say that's what Tiggers do best!
Everyone will be a running when the Hundred Acre's flooding you might see a bear float by but not a Tigger, I'll tell you why... They're quite a critter, those furry beasts Why, to himself he's a mystery He cannot think of one thing he can't do Be it climbing trees or bouncing games It doesn't matter, it's all the same That's what Tiggers do best!
Yes, that's what Tiggers do It doesn't matter how or who That's what Tiggers do best!