"It's A Small World" as written by David Greenfield, Brian John Duffy, Jean Jacques Burnel and Hugh Alan Cornwell....
Many roads to travel down and there are many surprises
To find
But as luck will have it you can stumble in the valley
Of the blind
Friends will always tell you fate will rear it's ugly
Head to frighten you
But the hands of time hold something and he's offering
It all to you

Watch out for a surprise
It's nature's biggest prize
And when it comforts you
Discover it's a small world too

Read your books and study hard to find the kick that
Makes you carry on
And if lucks a kind friend she will show you how and
Why it all began

Just look in the backyard
You won't have to look hard
The crossword's final clue

Discover it's a small world too

It's a small world too

When your friends are gathered round and you draw
Straws to find out who goes first
Climb the wall out of the pleasure garden, see a flower
Die of thirst

A circle's always round
The truth lies underground
You may just join the queue
Discover it's a small world too

It's a small world too

It's a small world too

It's a small world too
It's a small world too
It's a small world too
It's a small world too
It's a small world too
It's a small world too
It's a small world too
It's a small world too


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"It's a Small World" as written by Brian John Duffy David Greenfield

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