"Small World" as written by and Allan Sherman....
NELSON: Funny,
I got one son a doctor
One son a CPA
SHERMAN: My son,
Is a doctor, a dentist.
BOTH: Small world, isn't it?
NELSON: I live,
On the Moshulu Parkway,
Eight-Eight, Forty-Three
SHERMAN: I live
In the Kew Gardens, Gardens.
BOTH: Small world, isn't it?
We have so much in common
It's a phenomenon.
NELSON: I won't
Act like a nudnik
SHERMAN: Or a no-goodnik
From now on.
NELSON: I have
A whole showroom of cloth coats
On Seventh Avenue.
SHERMAN: Funny,
I make linings for cloth coats.
BOTH: Small world, isn't it?
Small, and funny and nice.
WOMAN: We have so much in common,
MAN: It's a phenomenon,
WOMAN: Darling, let's say a brocha
MAN: And be mishpocha, from now on.


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