"We'll Build a House" as written by and Martin Wesley Newell....
Every picture tells a story
Follow while you can
There's a cardboard box for everything
But this one holds a man
I don't believe the TV screen
I can't think this is real
And I really cannot help the way I feel

And we'll build a house
And a place
For the kids to grow in
We'll build a house
Ask me when
Well I'm damned if I know

Lots of well-off older people
Not so many young
Shall we help them climb the ladder
Let's remove the bottom rung
This happy generation makes a tear spring to the eye
Is it really any wonder they're so high

And we'll build a house
And a place
For the kids to grow in
We'll build a house
Ask me when
Well I'm damned if I know

And we'll build a house
And a place
For the kids to grow in
We'll build a house
Ask me when
Well I'm damned if I know


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