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Charlie The Unicorn 2 (Banana King Song) lyrics

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Charlie, you look quite down
With your big fat eyes
And your big fat frown
The world doesn't have to be so gray
Charlie when your life's a mess
When your feeling blue always in distress
I know what can wash that sad away
All you have to do is

Put a banana in your ear
*A banana in my ear?*
Put a ripe banana
Right into your favorite ear
It's true
*Says who?*
So true
Once it's in your gloom will disapear
The bad in the world is hard to hear
When in your ear a banana cheers
So go and put a banana in your ear

Put a banana in your ear
*I'd rather keep my ear clear*
You'll never be happy if you live your life in fear
It's true
*Says you*
So true
And it's in the skies are right and clear
Oh every day of every year
There's sunshine bright on this big blue sphere
So go and put a banana in your ear
*Oh of course he bursts into flames! '*



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