"Goodbye Little World" as written by and August Cinjun/tate Tate....
Tea time

In our little house there's always room
for all the friends that help us through
these struggling days.

And we never want for anything
that can't be had from one of them.
It's better than money.

We're alive.
We get by.
You can spend the night.
You can sleep right here.

And we got heavy traffic on the stairs
with darlin' Sherrie over there,
and Sarah's back in town.
Kim and Kay sit on the floor
while Zelda hides the closet doors,
never to be found.

See John smile and Mia sigh.
Katie cries.

Mia plays the violin.


This little world is all I need.
And hey, this little world needs
not much more to be a
completely perfect world.

We will be leaving soon
and we might never get back to you.
But before we do,
goodbye and fare thee well.

We're drinking up all of Eric's Gin,
waiting for all this weather to end.
And we know it will.

Now it's Jane and Sophie at the door.
We rarely see them anymore.
Kandi comes with Lou.
Come on in.
Where've you been?
Come on in.

Repeat chorus.

Well, the neighbors have a little boy.
They still put up with all our noise,
and it's nice of them.

Oh, Paris keeps the upstairs bright.
Kafka ran away last night.
We hope he comes back.
He's our dog.

Yes, I think he's gone,
and that's too bad.

He was a good dog.

Repeat chorus.

Ahh, hello big world...

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"Goodbye Little World" as written by Cedric Lemoyne August Cinjun Tate

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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