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Tally Hall - The Whole World & You02:56

Tally Hall - The Whole World & You

The Whole World and You is the twelfth song on Tally Hall's first studio album, Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum.

It was written by Andrew Horowitz.

Lyrics Edit

There's lots of pretty people here
Sharing sotries and passing letters and
There's lots of questions answered
And metaphysical astronomical songs
Words printed all on papers that
Seem too mystical it's so magical
People that dance and compute that
No one's better than you

There's kings in distant cities
Who rule their persons and make them happy and
We won't forget about all the servisory congratulatory
Even the animals know that
Something's brewing and they're all cooing
'Cause in the end I'd like to say
No one's better than you

I hope you're happy now I've revealed the truth
I've even written this whole song about you
And not about me
And not about me...

Please don't just laugh and clap right now
This is serious I'm not delirious
I've waited very patiently just to let you know
Who should run thus show
'Cause we all know these are the facts
Nothing to retract nothing too abstract
Concluding in this song I'll say
No one's better than you
No one's better than you

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