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of luck"
He said, "Well if you can't pot the black, and you know it's not the cue
It may be time to ask yourself, what would Bob do?"

What would Bob do?
child to pick up some instrument
'Cause if you're mad at your dad or mum, you can grab it and strum
Eat your cabbage and corn, by the time you're done
You
., B.O.B. don't say he miss you
And he don't have lips to kiss you
And he don't have hands to dip your waist
And tell you how good you taste, yeah
See
tasted just fine

Now, its got a sweet tooth for long hair
So, Bob and Greg and Grant you should beware

Followin' the dead is how it gets it's kicks
Shame
The people that you meet each day 

(a blue muppet, I believe, walks onstage) 
[Bob: Oh, hi there, little fella.] 
[Anything Muppet #1: Hello.] 
[Bob
"How's your brace"
(Why, it makes you grin)
(Gets under your skin as only a song can do)

People that you meet
(Hello Joe, what you know)
(And remind
"How's your brace"
(Why, it makes you grin)
(Gets under your skin as only a song can do)

People that you meet
(Hello Joe, what you know)
(And remind
You can't stop a train
Who want some? Don't come un-pre-pared
I'll be there, but when I leave there
Better be a household name
Weather man tellin' us it
(Rob Crosby/Charlie Craig/Steve Wilkinson)

Me, sitting here by myself
Wondering what I can do
Now that I don't have to you
And me, trying
dad
(That's right)
And if you don't believe him, ask ya mom
(You can)

She'll tell you how she does 'em all the time
(She will)
So kids say no
orangutans
You can't stop a train
Who want some? Don't come un-pre-pared
I'll be there, but when I leave there
Better be a household name
Weather man
orangutans
You can't stop a train
Who want some? Don't come un-pre-pared
I'll be there, but when I leave there
Better be a household name
Weather man
how I drove you crazy
Forget about those starlit nights laying by the fireside holding tight
I can't remember when it felt so right so just forget about
were we
The shore was kissed by sea and mist tenderly

I can't forget how two hearts met breathlessly
Your arms opened wide and closed me inside
You
the reason

You know she went to see the doctor
And then she read a magazine
Forget that book, I told her then
Don't wanna hear about the book again
Dear
as the last bar closes
The song that Crosby sings
These foolish things remind me of you
How strange how sweet to find you still
These things are dear to me
were we
The shore was kissed by sea and mist tenderly
I can't forget how two hearts met breathlessly
Your arms opened wide and closed me inside
You
Well it's about time to close
I hope you've had as much fun as we have!
Don't forget the jam session Sunday!
Mandy tension will be by, playing his
how I drove you crazy
Forget about those starlit nights laying by the fireside holding tight
I can't remember when it felt so right so just forget about
Don't get upset, I am not pleading
Or saying I can't forget you
Well it don't even matter who you awaken with tomorrow
Cause baby you've been on my mind
as the last bar closes
The song that Crosby sings
These foolish things remind me of you
How strange how sweet to find you still
These things are dear to me
Then you and I came wandering by and lost in a sigh were we

The shore was kissed by sea and mist tenderly
I can't forget how two hearts met
Words by Bob Hartman
Based on Romans 1:9, 2 Corinthians 10:4

I've waited patiently for your reply
You say you'll come around by and by
I've tried
a sigh were we
The shore was kissed by sea and mist tenderly
I can't forget how two hearts met breathlessly
Your arms opened wide and closed me inside
a sigh were we
The shore was kissed by sea and mist tenderly
I can't forget how two hearts met breathlessly
Your arms opened wide and closed me inside