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Lyrics by ian grant, music by lionel rand

Let there be you, let there be me

Let there be oysters under the sea

Let there be wind, occasional rain

Chili con carne, and sparkling champagne

Let there be birds to sing in the trees

Someone to bless me whenever I sneeze

Let there be cuckoos, a lark and a dove

But first of all, please

Let there be love

Musical interlude

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Let there be birds to sing in the trees

I need someone to bless me whenever I sneeze

Let there be cuckoos, cuckoos

A lark and a dove

But first of all, please

Let there be love

Oh let there be love ya'll

Ooh we gotta have some, really gotta have some

We need love, love, love, love, love, love, love, love

Say we need a little bit of love, little bit, little bit of love

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Really need a little bit

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