Winds in the east, theres a mist comin' in
Like somethin' is brewin' and 'bout to begin
Can't put me finger on what lies in store
But I feel what's to happen all happened before
A father, a mother, a daughter a son
The threads of their lives unraveling undone
Somethin' is needed to twist 'em as tight
As string you might use when you're flyin' a kite
Chim chimeny chim chim, cheree chim cheroo!

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Prologue/ Chim Chim Cher-Ee Lyrics as written by Robert B. Sherman Richard M. Sherman

Lyrics © Walt Disney Music Company

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    General CommentThe song's about a dirty shaft belonging to someone too stoopid to know that he hasn't grown in decades...and all by choice. Whoopie for him. He's such a free, independent soul! Let's just hope the next time he sticks his shaft into someone it catches a nasty germ;)
    GoRockTheirWorldon May 07, 2012   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionTwo changes in one line - this should be, "a broom for the shaft, and a brush for the flue". Almost no site on the internet has it correct (except… ), but listen carefully to the song via youtube, and you can hear it.
    khedronon May 07, 2012   Link

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