"In a World of My Own (Alice in Wonderland)" as written by and Sammy Fain Bob Hilliard....
Cats and rabbits
Would reside in fancy little houses
And be dressed in shoes and hats and trousers
In a world of my own

All the flowers
Would have very extra-special powers
They would sit and talk to me for hours
When I'm lonely in a world of my own

There'd be new birds
Lots of nice and friendly
How-de-do do birds
Everyone would have
A dozen blue birds
Within that world of my own

I could listen to a babbling brook
And hear a song that I could understand
I keep wishing it could be that way
Because my world would be a wonderland


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"In a World of My Own" as written by Sammy Fain Bob Hilliard

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