I need not search for precious gold; Of wealth, I have my share. For with my eyes, I scan the skies And find my fortune there. A host of priceless dreams unfold In songs that bluebirds sing. The earth, the sea belong to me Im richer than a king. To add to things that money cannot buy, An echo brings this very soft reply: Yes! We have no bananas! We have no bananas today! We've string beans and onions, Cabbages and scallions, And all kinds of fruit and say; We have an old-fashioned tomato; Long Island potato; But, yes! We have no bananas! We have no bananas today! Yes, we no-nje gotta de bananos. We no-nje gotta-da banano today, but one-a menoots! We gotta new kinda garlic When-a use-a dees garlic, It-a make-a you stand apart-a from-a you friends. We gotta 64,000 watermelone! We don't-a sell any, but the guy we buy 'em from Mama mia! Does he sell a watermelone! But-a yes! We no-nje gotta de bananas. Hey, why you-on? We no-nje gotta de bananos today! Yes! Ah, we have no bananas! What's that? An half a banana? Now what good is a banana split? Uh-huh-huh-huh! We have muttons, and buttons, And kippers with zippers, And pounds of devaluated pounds Banana: S T I N K ! They ain't no stinkin' bananas! Precisely! They ain't no stinking bananas! Yes! Ah, we have no bananas! Pip pip, cheerio, and Arthur Treacher! Uh-huh-huh-huh! Yes, we ain't got bananas. We ain't got bananas today. We got pickles and crocks; We got bagels and lox; A bagel that's-a done-a dipped in cement. We got delicious knishes and kosher champagne The kosher champagne there's two cents plain; Pastrami, salami, matzos, and jam. You should pardon the expression: We even got ham! But yes, we ain't got bananas. We ain't got bananas today.