"The Whole Is Equal To The Sum Of Its Parts" as written by Leslie Firth Rankine, Mark Walk and John Barry....
Fool, what is your name
Should I hang my head in shame
When you say your name is mine
When you say your name is mine
I could fill your shoes
If my mouth of useless words won't do
Would you say those words were mine [Repeat x4]
Leech in my belly suck on me daddy-oh

Would you say those words were mine
Oh the mess you've made
If one word equaled one hatchet blade
Would you say that blade was mine [Repeat x4]
Leech in my belly suck on me daddy-oh

Fool, how up is high
If a mountain dropped me out of the sky
Would you say its mess was mine [Repeat x8]
Leech in my belly suck on me daddy-oh


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"The Whole Is Equal to the Sum of Its Parts" as written by Leslie Firth Rankine John Barry

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