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Down in the jungle living in a tent
You don't use money, you don't pay rent
You don't ever know the time
But you don't mind, ho, hey, ho

When your light is on the blink
You never think of worrying
What's the use of worrying
When your bus has left the stop

You'd better drop your hurrying
What's the use of hurrying?
Leave me alone Mrs. Vandebilt
I've got plenty of time of my own

What's the use of worrying?
What's the use of hurrying?
What's the use of anything?

Ho, hey, ho

What's the use of worrying?
What's the use of hurrying?
What's the use of anything?

Ho, hey, ho

When your pile is one the wane
You don't complain of robbery
Run away don't bother me

What's the use of worrying?
What's the use of anything?
Leave me alone Mrs. Washington
I've done plenty of time on my own

What's the use of worrying?
What's the use of hurrying?
(No use)
What's the use of anything?

Ho, hey, ho



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