"Wheel Of Fortune" as written by and George Weiss Bennie Benjamin....
Wheel of fortune
Wheel round
The fair seemed different from the ground
Can’t breathe
Can’t see
Ah me I’m free

Oh Big Bill
Went to the fair ground
To have himself a swinging time
He won himself a coconut hairy
And a bottle of cheap red wine
And he went on the great big dipper
But it didn’t make him lose his cool
But when he climbed on the wheel of fortune
Then he really fell off his stool

Wheel of fortune
Wheel round
The fair seemed different from the ground
So high
Could fly
My my might die


As Big Bill paid his sixpence
To the man in the greasy coat
He gazed at the wheel of fortune
And fear gripped him round the throat
As he stepped into his carriage
He knew it would be quite a night
But he’d never ignored a challenge
Though the wheel gave him quite a fright

Can’t breathe
Can’t see
Ah me I’m free
So high
Could fly
My my I’ll die


Well the wheel went whirling onwards
Through the crisp black Yarmouth night
And the stars winked and winked at each other
And the fairground looked a wonderfull sight
And the children clutched hands with excitement
As the big bright wheel went round
But it stopped in the middle and Big Bill
Dropped a thousand feet to the ground

Wheel of fortune
Wheel round
The fair seemed different from the ground
Oh wheel of fortune
You keep wheeling around
The fair seemed different from the ground


Lyrics submitted by almightyapplejack

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