"If I Was a Doo Doo Doo" as written by and Barry Lewis Paul Moore....
If I was a doo doo doo
I'd paint half the world and sky blue
Fill it full of clouds for you

If I was a doo doo doo doo
I'd read Kublai Khan in Zulu
Down the line that takes to you

If I was a doo doo doo doo doo
All the choo choo trains in Timbuktu
Couldn't lead my tracks away from you

If I was a doo doo doo doo doo doo
Even if my spine was snapped in two
I would remain upon the rack for you

But I'm a dumb dumb dumb
My heart is numb
I'm a dumb dumb dumb
My heart is numb

If I was a doo doo doo
I'd divide the force in two
And tried to let go for you

If I was a doo doo doo doo
Hamlet's ghost would haunt my igloo
To be or not to be

If I was a doo doo doo doo doo
All the sacred cows in Kathmandu
Couldn't match the shrine I built for you

If I was a doo doo doo doo doo doo
Celebrating mass with a kangaroo
I would bless the bread and wine for you

But I'm a dumb dumb dumb
My heart is numb
But I'm a dumb dumb dumb
My heart is numb

dumb dumb dumb
My heart is numb
Dumb dumb dumb
My heart is numb


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"If I Was a Doo Doo Doo" as written by Paul Moore Barry Lewis

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