"Carousel" as written by and Beth Jeans Houghton....
Take off your shoes, hang up your coat
Witness my words as they jump down your throat
It won't happen again, so children take note
It's a funny feeling at that
It's a funny feeling at that

Fall through the door and wait in the hall
Silence it permeates all sixteen walls
It won't happen again, so children take note
It's a funny feeling at that
It's a funny feeling at that

The foreman arrives, to take down your name
The curls by his side always hanging the same
It won't happen again, so children take note
It's a funny feeling at that
It's a funny feeling at that

The fraudulent fiends come and ask what you got
Honest they mean well but they'll take the lot
It won't happen again, so children take note
It's a funny feeling at that
It's a funny feeling at that


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"Carousel" as written by Beth Jeans Houghton

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