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(Hofstede/Kloet/Stips - Hofstede)
Who brings the cars of Michel Valliant
Who brings Archie 'the man of steel'
Who brings the apes of Scandinavia
Out of the drizzle into the real world!
Here comes the panorama man
The globe will turn beneath his thumb and he's leaving again
Here comes the panorama man
Who brings the victims of the flood (on the roof)
The power of the chemical stain remover
Did you know the habits of the orchids and rabbits
Pictures of rosebud trees in bloom
He says he's living in a nothing-block
His wife is from a family of wealthy epileptic
But poverty does not mean unhappiness
Body rich, body poor, nowadays nothing's sure
Here comes the panorama man
The globe will turn beneath his thumb and he's leaving again
Here comes the panorama man
What's your most romantic moment ?
A school of herring in the fishing net
A very black man is crossing a rope bridge
The knock out of a welter weight
Here comes the panorama man
The globe will turn beneath his thumb and he's leaving again
Here comes the panorama man



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