"Small World" as written by Stephen Sondheim and Jule Styne....
Funny, you're a stranger who's come here
Come from another town
Funny, I'm a stranger myself here
Small world, isn't it?

Funny, you're a girl who goes traveling
Rather than settling down
Funny, 'cause I'd love to go traveling
Small world, isn't it?

We have so much in common it's a phenomenon
We could pool our resources by joining forces from now on

Lucky, you're a girl who likes children
That's an important sign
Lucky, 'cause I'd love to have children
Small world, isn't it?

Funny, isn't it?
Small and funny and fine

Lucky, 'cause I'd love to have children
Small world, isn't it?

Funny, isn't it?
Small and funny and fine


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"Small World" as written by Stephen Sondheim, Jule Styne

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