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Let there be you,
Let there be me.
Let there be oysters
Under the sea.

Let there be wind,
An occassional rain.
Chile con carne,
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.

Let there be cuckoos,
A lark and a dove,
But first of all, please
Let there be love



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    UnregisteredJan 19, 2012 at 6:36 pm
    I love this song because it was my nans favourite song and was pakyed at her funeral, i miss her sooo much and the part where it says 'chilli con carne' well my nan made the best chill con carne ever! I miss her sooo much!

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