"Cartoons and Candy" as written by Bruce Hornsby and Morganfield Mc Kinley....
Shining down through the trees
I'm feeling like such a mannish child
Bottlenecking while I'm eating gummy fleas
I'm watching cartoons and eating little candy
And everybody here wants to be like me
Walking on the sidewalk with W.C. Handy
And all the little people turn their heads
To see
I'm getting up, time to dust my broom
Sing nursery rhymes of pain
I'm trading cards with John the Conqueroo
We're setting up our toy mystery trains
I'm watching cartoons and eating little candy
And everybody here wants to be like me
Walking on the sidewalk with W.C.Handy
And all the little wannabees turn to see
I'm eating chocolate chip cookie dough
Heading down the crossroads
Walking with my jelly beans
Sitting at the master's knee


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"Cartoons and Candy" as written by Morganfield Mc Kinley Bruce Hornsby

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