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The polka medleys always involved getting the OK of a lot of different publishing entities. The part that is chopped off of the digital version from the boxed set is just an accordion intro. The digital version of the same song from the Dare To Be Stupid album is complete with the accordion intro. Can't speak to the physical boxed set CD, as I haven't owned that in many years (but did at one time.)
The weird thing is, the part that's cut is his version of "Twelfth Street Rag", originally written in 1914. Of all the tracks to run into publishing issues, this is the last one I would've expected.
And as an aside: Didn't every borderline nerdy/geeky boy in America in the 80's/90's own a fair amount of Weird Al tapes/CDs?