"You ain't in Kansas, neither!"

The Following Information is non-Canon. Demos and deleted songs are not considered canon to the Little Shop of Horrors musical, as they were not included in the final version of the musical, instead think of them as part of the history of making LSOH.

A Little Dental Music is a cut song from the musical Little Shop Of Horrors. It was originally going to be sung by a nervous patient outside of Orin's office before Seymour's arrival in the Now (It's Just The Gas) scene. Since it was a song that wasn't a solo for a main character and didn't really do much to carry the plot, it was cut. Although, a demo of the song with Howard Ashman singing the vocals is present on the 2003 Broadway Revival Cast soundtrack.


Dental Patient Orin
A little dental music,
Strings a-strumming,
Flutes a-trilling.
Numbing minds and calming nerves,
While steps away, the beast is drilling.
Music in the lobby
Helps the patients to ignore
The fact that writhing agony
Waits right behind the door.
Kostelanetz, Hank Mancini,
Gordon Jenkins, Ferrante and Teicher.
Lo, the Mormon Tabernacle sings!
The sounds of pain are muted
By a thousand Living Strings.
A little dental music,
Your appointment's for eleven.
But you'll wait in here till noon
To soothing strains of Andre Previn.
Next it's Mantovani,
After him you couldn't care.
You're in for brutal torture
When it's your turn.
When it's your turn.
(Spoken) Next.
It's your turn, in the chair.


A Little Dental Music (Demo)

From the 2003 Broadway Recording

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