"Small World" as written by Stephen Sondheim and Jule Styne....
[Rose:] 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 man 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 man who likes children.
That's an important sign.
Lucky, I'm a woman with children.
Small world, isn't it?
Funny, isn't it small and funny and fine?

[Herbie:] We have so much in common,
It's a phenomenon.
We could pool our resources
By joining forces from now on.

Rose: Lucky, you're a man who likes children.
Herbie: That's an important sign.
Rose: Lucky,
Herbie: You're a
Rose & Herbie: woman with children.
Small world, isn't it?
Rose: Funny, isn't it
Herbie: isn't it
Rose &Herbie: small and funny and fine?


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"Small World" as written by Stephen Sondheim Jule Styne

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