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Dancing fools and noisy fools
If you're both fools, then if you don't break, you're missing out
Competent fools and whiny fools and really foolish fools
If you're a fool, then you've just gotta laugh or you're missing out

There a fool, here a fool
Over there a fool, fools everywhere
"The whole world's full of fools!!"

If you wanna get crazy, then come over here
If you wanna break out of your shell, then come here, lady
Let's dance til dawn
And then today'll be full of festival excitement, too

Laughing fools and angry fools
Sad fools and happy fools
"The ones who call us stupid are the stupid ones!!!"

Singing fools and shouting fools
If you're both fools, then if you don't dream together, you're missing out
That fool and every fool
Fools have to live like fools or they're missing out

Don't be ashamed, look at me
Don't hesitate, look up, lady
You've gotta start running before the dawn breaks
Or else it'll be too late

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