Strolling along in Central Park
Everyone's out today
The daisies and dogwoods are all in bloom
Oh, what a glorious day
For picnics and Frisbees and rollerskaters
Friends and lovers and lonely sunbathers

Everyone's out in merry
Manhattan in January

I brought the iced tea
Did you bring the bug spray?
The flies are the size of my head
And next to the palm tree, did you see the gator
Looks happy and very well-fed?

Everyone's out in merry
Manhattan in January

My preacher said, "Now don't you worry
The scientists have it all wrong"
And so, who cares?
It's winter here
And I have my halter top on

The surfers on Park Avenue
Avoid the old street signs
They're glad that they've avoided the plague
And how the sun does shine

Everyone's out in merry
Manhattan in January


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