Jason Derulo's 'Wiggle' Lyrics Decoded For Old People

(Radio.com) At first listen Jason Derulo's "Wiggle" lyrics seemed obvious but upon closer inspection, there are some phrases and words that don't make sense when looked in the Oxford English dictionary.

This could present a problem for anyone older than say… 30. And, Derulo's song is so upbeat and fun that everyone deserved the right to join in. This is where Jimmy Kimmel comes in.

Before Derulo's performance on last night's show, Kimmel brought Derulo out to sing a few bars so they could discuss them one by one, helping the older set grasp their meaning.

For example how and why would one go "ham sandwich?" Watch Kimmel's new segment called "New Lyrics for Old People" to find out here.

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