Priggish Tom and Piddly Pie (Anne Dodson) Priggish Tom and Piddly Pie went to fair on a donkey ride, Tripped and fell into the sky on an oh, so pleasant evening. CHO: Sing, dance, glorious notes; Let them out of your glorious throats! It won't matter years from now if you once sang off key. Dance, sing, glorious steps; show the world that you won't forget! It may matter years from now that you once believed in dreams. Landing on a piece of clouds, they did a jig and laughed out loud; Forty winks when they were done all on this pleasant evening. Pie and Tom decided to go to a rodeo with a picture show. Jumped into the screen, you know, riding on wild horses. When the picture jumped the track, they hung on to a horse's back; Ended up on the racing track and won the Kentucky Derby. Once they hitched a ride to Mars on a transport truck full of foreign cars. Martians pickle cars in jars and eat them in bag lunches. Pie and Tom could not get home, so they each put wings on a metronome, Fueled them up with honeycomb; came down in Nome, Alaska. Pie and Tom are older now, they'd like to dance; they still know how, But they gave it up for a house in town and a desk job at the brewery. But once a month in the full of the moon, with a glint in their eye and a silver spoon They dig for chests of gold doubloons on a floating desert island. CHORUS (twice) DS
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