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Circus Fun Song

Author:  Longhorn Council

(Tune: Clementine)

At the circus, there are lions,
And they roar so very loud;
They send shivers sharp as slivers,
Through the anxious crowd.

Oh, the circus, yes the circus.
Lots of fun for young and old;
Peanuts, popcorn, cotton candy,
Till your stomach no more can hold.

At the circus, there are elephants,
That parade and swing away,
As they work, and never shirk,
With mere peanuts for their pay.


References / Source:
2003 Pirates of the Cirribean
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