"Hum Along and Dance" is a soul song written for the Motown label by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong.
Originally recorded by The Temptations, the song was later covered by Motown acts Rare Earth and The Jackson 5.
The song is essentially an instrumental piece and a vehicle for scatting and improvisational vocals, since, as the chorus (the song's only actual lyric) states, "ain't no words to this song/you just dance and hum along"
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