Emily child
Why don't
You smile?
Every child
Should learn
How to smile
You like me
Were born crying
She like we will cry
As she's dying
How many smiles
Will you smile today?

Emily Ann,
Give me your hand
I'll talk to you,
You won't understand
Funny man
With mustache moving
Funny man
What are you proving
What have your words
Done for you today?

Marcy, upstate boy,
Scholar-faced fatty,
Here is your lunch son
Wait for your daddy,
Have lots of fun son
Whitesboro schoolhouse
Act like the big kids
Don't get in trouble
In the good old days

When I felt
Like a child
I could run
For a mile
Over blue meadows
To Marmendy Mill

Howie,
Stop your games
Come in and play now
Your clarinet son
Concert today now
Were proud, you bet son
School work and scales
A well-rounded learning
You lucky boy you
In the good old days

When I felt
Like a child
I could run
For a mile
Over blue meadows
To Marmendy Mill

Hey Howie come on

Moving, far away,
Good-bye
To the farmer,
You'll make
New friends son
L. A. Is warmer,
Childhood ends son
Off to the city
To grow up too quickly
There's no returning
To the good old days

When I felt
Like a child
I could run
For a mile
Over blue meadows
To Marmendy Mill

Come on

Well
That electrified wire
Will set your keester
On fire
Unless you shimmy
On the ground
Like the groundhogs do
And though I'm going away
To Cal-i-for-nee-i-a
I know I'll never find
A better friend than you
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