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Step up to the stage, kids - and don't retreat
from this Carnival of Volume
I know that you're red-eyed and bloodshot-beat
-you just can't lick that all day frown
And now you're rollercoaster sick and drinkin'
lemonade
Well, listen up

Chorus
On Sunday the tears were fallin'
and trickling down your cheeks,
But yesterday's cares are no big deal
Cuz this will be laughing week

They won't let us in now cuz we're all freaks
So grab your magic cartoon costumes
And then clap your hands and just stomp your feet
and let this medicine buzz on and on
Like carousels in stereo, and don't jump off
no, don't jump off

Chorus
On Sunday the tears were fallin'
and trickling down our cheeks
But yesterday's cares are no big deal
Cuz this will be laughing week



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