"No One's Perfect" as written by and Allan/busch Sherman....
We would now like to salute all of the beautiful singing groups all over the world

When the Norman Luboff Chorus
Sings a song like this (like this, like this, like this)
Every single note is gorgeous,
But they sometimes miss

No one's perfect, no one's perfect, no one's perfect, and
That includes Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians, and
The Ray Charles Singers who were made famous by their frequent appearances on The Perry Como Show, and
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and
The Robert Shaw Chorale

When the chorus sings behind you,
All they do is hum (hum)
Every hum is like an angel,
Then one hum goes bum!

Far above the other singers,
In the treble clef,
A soprano sings in be flat,
But the key is F

No one's perfect, no one's perfect,
We have learned tonight,
So you'll be astounded,
When we hit this last note right


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"No Ones Perfect" as written by Lou Busch Allan Sherman

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    General CommentParody of "Annie Lisle" (aka "The Cornell Alma Mater (Far Above Cayuga's Waters)")
    thedarkmanon February 04, 2006   Link

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