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Clutching the phone till my hands were sore
I never understood pain before, Christopher
You cannot know what it does to me
Hearing you speak with
Christopher Robin and I walked along,
Under branches lit up by the moon.
Posing our questions to Owl and Eeyore,

As the days disappeared far too
Christopher Robin and I walked along
Under branches lit up by the moon.
Posing our questions to owl and eeyore
As our days disappeared all too soon.
swear that old bear whispered, 'boy, welcome home'

Believe me if you can I've finally come
Back to the house at Pooh corner by one
What do you know
Christopher Robin and I walked along
Under branches lit up by the moon.
Posing our questions to owl and eeyore
As our days disappeared all too soon.
swear that old bear whispered, 'boy, welcome home'

Believe me if you can I've finally come
Back to the house at Pooh corner by one
What do you know
Christopher Robin and I walked along
Under branches lit up by the moon.
Posing our questions to owl and eeyore
As our days disappeared all too soon.
and I curl up small 
And nobody knows that I'm there at all. 

Thank you God, for a lovely day, 
And what was the other I wanted to say? 
I said,
and I curl up small 
And nobody knows that I'm there at all.
 
Thank you God, for a lovely day, 
And what was the other I wanted to say? 
I said,
small 
And nobody knows that I'm there at all. 
Thank you God, for a lovely day, 
And what was the other I wanted to say? 
I said, `Bless Daddy', so
Words by Christopher Cross and John Bettis
Music by Christopher Cross and Michael Omartian
We all know how the story begins
How we fall so easily
(Parody of the written prose "Desiderata" by Max Ehrmann.  This was written by Christopher Guest of "Spinal Tap" fame.  The narator is Norman Rose,
(Parody of the written prose "Desiderata" by Max Ehrmann.  This was written by Christopher Guest of "Spinal Tap" fame.  The narator is Norman Rose,
and new
What is true? (what's true, what's true, what's true)

Christopher Columbus discovered whom? (uh-uh)
If their leader is closer to God (who?
Perfect human beings we are greed jealousy and envy or manifested by what 
Others have accomplished in life my son was very very much aware of that he
the power of money
And the power of prayers
What God wants God gets God help us all
God wants dollars

God wants cents
God wants pounds shillings
She was just a hitchhiker
That I picked up by the side of the road
What you did to me, what you put me through
What you did to me, what you put me
If it ain't rough it ain't right
While we're reminiscing Christopher Reeves
You're still Superman to me 

See I done been mistreated
finding me offensive
Hence if I should draw out a line any fences
If so to what extent, if any, should I go?
Cause it's getting expensive
Being on the other
I was drunk at the pulpit, I knew it was wrong
And I left in mid-sermon tempted by a bar-house song
The pews creaked and shifted as they turned
Babylon yuh betta turn wi loose 
God knows, turn wi loose now 
Sing along, a little song 
An guh a ting like 

[Chorus]
Freedom, for some I am
life
If it ain't rough it ain't right
While we're reminiscing Christopher Reeves
You're still Superman to me 

See I done been mistreated
sadly mistaken if you think my Aryan race
can be taken out by the likes of you Apes, Kikes
conservative nigga loving Gooks, Spooks, and Dykes
My Spikes,
VOYAGE OF OLE CHRIS
(Hank Mills)
« © '66 Johnny Bienstock Music, BMI »

Back in 1490 I was at 92
Christopher Columbus told the people what he'd
of all time forever and ever
One surprise, one surprise, shh! Wooo! I'm back

To make it out the ice cold streets of the city
You better have a Christopher