"Mountain Town (Reprise)" is sung at the end of the film South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut.


The song is reprising the opening number, "Mountain Town". The song contains Chef's only solo part in the whole film.

This is actually the second reprise of the song. An earlier reprise can be heard during a portion of "La Resistance".


Everything worked out.
What a happy end!
Americans and Canadians are friends again.
So let's all join hands and knock oppression down!

Good Lordy, I'm found!

Stan, Kyle and Cartman:
Don't you know our little lives are now complete?

Sharon, Liane and Sheila:
'Cause Terrance and Phillip are sweet.

Super sweet!

Thank God we live in this
quiet, little, pissant, redneck,
podunk, jerkwater, greenhorn, one-horse,
mud-hole, peckerwood, right-wing, whistle-stop,
hobmail, truck-drivin', old-fashioned, hayseed, inbred,
unkempt, out-of-date, out-of-touch, white-trash,

Stan, Kyle, Cartman:

Mountain town!

Songs from South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut
Blame Canada | Eyes of a Child | Hell Isn't Good | I Can Change | I'm Super | It's Easy, Mmm'kay | Kyle's Mom's a Bitch | La Resistance | Mountain Town | Mountain Town (Reprise) | The Mole's Reprise | Uncle Fucka | Up There | Wendy's Song | What Would Brian Boitano Do? Pt. II

See Also: List of Songs | List of Minor Characters from South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut | South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

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