People call, say, "Beware doll, you're bound to fall,"
You thought they were all a’kiddin' you
Everyone warned her, but she thought they were all envious or just making jokes.
The first two lines, which rhymed ‘kiddin’ you' and ‘didn’t you,’ just about knocked me out, and later on, when I got to the jugglers and the chrome horse and the princess on the steeple, it all just about got to be too much.
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