"I Can Do Anything (Delacratic)" as written by David Jolicoeur, Vincent Mason, Kelvin Mercer and Paul Huston....
(It's Delacratic)
If I want to I could jump off this building
(It's Delacratic)
I could hold two pieces of doo-doo in my hand
(It's Delacratic)
I could call everybody in that room a rubberneck
(It's Delacratic)
Come on, please?
(It's Delacratic)
I can say anything that I want
(It's Delacratic)
I could wave my hand in my air
(It's Delacratic)
I could stick my hand up my nose
(It's Delacratic)
I could hold my foot and count the toes
(It's Delacratic)
I can do anything
(Possie? Dovie? Masie?)
(Pass my bag)


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"I Can Do Anything (Delacratic)" as written by Kelvin Mercer David Jolicoeur

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