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I LOVE EVERYBODY
 

Niagara falls,
It distantly recalls the fur;
And if you traded in our barrels
For a typewriter
We could write you a poem
And as far as I can throw 'em
I love everybody in the world 

And when we fill the cup
It's with the spear and crown
And when the S-n goes up
And the rain comes down
It's just xylem and phloem
And as far as I can throw 'em
I love everybody in the world

Everybody in a world
That nobody wants to pull for
The last ones in
are emittin' a smell of sulfur
And if I'm not sayin'
For fear of every mind as bloody
"Everybody in, everybody in, everybody
Everybody in, everybody in, everybody
Everybody in, everybody in, everybody
Everybody, everybody in," still everybody

Sends Salaams
Across a just dessert
In which a bellyful of whine becomes
A mouthful of dirt
And every fine Jeroboam
Says "as far as I can throw 'em,
I love everybody in the world!"

Everybody in a world
That nobody wants to pull for
The last ones in
are emittin' a smell of sulfur
And what he's not saying
For fear of everymind as bloody
And what I'm not saying
For fear of everymind as bloody
And what we're not saying
But doing just as good as sayin'
is:
"EVERYBODY IN,
EVERY, EVERYBODY IN!"

 

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