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(Whitney) Impossible!
For a plain yellow pumpkin to become a golden carriage
Impossible
For a plain country bumpkin and a prince to join in mairrage
And four white mice could never be turned to horses
Such falder-all-and-fiddley-dee-of-courses
Im-poss-i-ble!
But the world is full of zanies and fools
Who don't believe in sensible rules
And don't believe what sensible people say
And because-these-daff-and-dewey-eyed(?)-dopes
Keep-building-up-impossible-hopes,
Impossible, things are happening everyday.'
Impossible (Brandy)
Impossible (Whitney)
Impossible (Brandy)
Impossible (Whitney)
Impossible (Brandy)
Impossible (Whitney)
Imposs-ible! (Whitney and Brandy)
(Brandy) It's possible, for a plain yellow pumpkin to become a golden carriage.
Quite possible, for a plain country bumpkin and a prince to join in marriage
(Whitney) And four white mice are easily turned to horses
Such falder-all-and-fiddley-dee-of-courses
(Brandy) Quite Poss-i-ble!
For the world is full of zanies and fools (Brandy)
Who don't believe in sensible rules (Whitney)
And don't believe what sensible people say (Brandy)
And because-these-daff-and-dooly-ite(?)-dopes
Keep-building-up-impossible-hopes,
Impossible, things are happening ev-ery-day. (Both)
>and so Cinderella goes to the ball



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