It's a little funny, It's a little funny yeah
It's a little funny when you find out
What you're gonna do with your life
when you find out
What you're gonna do
with your life

It's a little funny when you find out
What you're gonna do
with your life
What you're gonna do
with your life

It's a little funny when you find out
when you find out
It's a little funny when you find out
That you're just one in a million
then you die and the sky is your friend
and you think of all the things you should have done
But didn't have the time to do

Shubidua shubidua bop bop
Don't forget to dance

It's a little funny when you find out
when you find out
It's a little funny when you find out
that things are getting better
and you're with someone that you really really like
Yeah it's so funny when you find out
that everything, yeah everything
is gonna be alright

Shubidua shubidua bop bop
don't forget to dance


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