Super fantástico amigo
Que bom estar contigo no nosso balão

Vamos voar novamente
Cantar alegremente mais uma canção

Tantas crianças já sabem
Que todas elas cabem no nosso balão

Até quem tem mais idade
Mas tem felicidade no seu coração

Sou feliz, por isso estou aqui
Também quero viajar nesse balão
Super fantástico
No balão mágico
O mundo fica bem mais divertido

Super fantástico
No balão mágico
O mundo fica bem mais divertido

Sou feliz, por isso estou aqui
Também quero viajar nesse balão

Superfantasticamente
As músicas são asas da imaginação
É como a flor e a semente
Cantar que faz a gente viver a emoção

Vamos fazer a cidade
Virar felicidade com nossa canção
Vamos fazer essa gente voar alegremente
No nosso balão
Sou feliz, por isso estou aqui
Também quero viajar nesse balão

Super fantástico
No balão mágico
O mundo fica bem mais divertido

Super fantástico
No balão mágico
O mundo fica bem mais divertido

Sou feliz, por isso estou aqui
Também quero viajar nesse balão
Super fantástico
No balão mágico
O mundo fica bem mais divertido

Super fantástico
No balão mágico
O mundo fica bem mais divertido

Sou feliz, por isso estou aqui
Também quero viajar nesse balão
Super fantástico


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