"Life Is a 3-Ring Circus" as written by and Judy Welden....

Life is a 3-ring circus
Diverts our eyes, jerks us around
Disguises, surprises
We laugh at the clown
That's in all of us
Life is 3-ring circus

Take the first ring I ever received, came on a first date
Bobbie took me to the fair and called me "baby"
The ruby ring was the top prize at the shootin' gallery
He won it for me but "he" turned out to be a lady,


Another ring was the day the phone rang and I was told off
And called most every name you can imagine
My innocence went unnoticed 'cause I couldn't get a word in
I later learned a former tenant was the guilty one


Ring number three appeared on my mahogany table
I screamed, "Why didn't you kids use a coaster"
Turns out my friend next door was the one to blame
Well, I ate humble pie 'cause she replaced my old toaster


Laughter gets us through the crazy days
And it's true I have a surplus
Life is a 3-ring circus

Lyrics & Music: Judy Welden

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