Psycho Teddy (song)

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"Psycho Teddy (Do You Really Really Want To?)"
Psycho Teddy song.jpg
Single by Psycho Teddy
Released 12 April 2008 (Australia)
Format CD single
Recorded 2008
Genre Dance pop
Length 2:11
Label Sony BMG
Songwriter(s) Michael Mushiga and Dion Howell

"Psycho Teddy (Do You Really Really Want To?)", often referred to as "Psycho Teddy (Call To Psycho Teddy)" is a 2008 dance pop song by the fictional character Psycho Teddy, composed by Michael Mushiga and Dion Howell. It serves as both a ringtone[1] and a single and was released in Australia on 12 April 2008. Another song, a rendition of You Should Be Dancing, was released by Psycho Teddy (whose name in the song is DJ Teddy Z).

Chart performance[edit]

In Australia, the song debuted inside the Top 50 based solely on physical singles, and in its third week made a massive jump from #44 to #12. The following week, it rose to #5, its peak position before dropping out of the top 50 to #70 the next week. It is one of the few songs that has dropped out while still charting in the top 5. On the same week, it fell from the number one position on the Australian Physical Singles Chart to #20. Two weeks later the single was knocked out of the Top 100.[2] It is one of the fastest rising and falling songs on the ARIA Charts, spending only 6 weeks in the Top 100.[citation needed]

Music video[edit]

The music video was created using computerized graphics and features Psycho Teddy in two different appearances, one "cute" and one "psycho". The cute version shows him wearing heart-shaped glasses, hugging himself and jumping around with joy.

When he changes to his psycho form, he has taken off his glasses and begins acting crazy, spinning around, making faces and jumping about. The video starts and ends with the impression that a television is being switched on and off.


Chart (2008) Peak
Australian ARIA Singles Chart[3] 5


  1. ^ "Psycho Teddy - Sony BMG Music Entertainment artist page". Song BMG Mobile. Retrieved 24 April 2008.
  2. ^ "Pandora Archive". Retrieved 20 June 2008.
  3. ^ "Psycho Teddy - Australian chart information". Retrieved 24 April 2008.

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