Out of the sea The snowman and me Or is it me and the snowman? Bringing the sound Straight to your town And now it's time for the show, man Who would ever believe That me and the snowman, we Could be best of friends Given the probabilities, still you see Here comes me and the snowman, the snowman and me
Maybe you've heard of some other famous acquaintances like: Jekyll and Hyde, Bonnie and Clyde Lincoln and John Wilkes Booth Courtney and Kurt, Ernie and Bert Superman and Lex Luth-
Or maybe Butch and Sundance, Abbott and Costello Mutt and Jeff, Bill Cosby and Jell-o Scary, Baby, Ginger, Posh and Sporty Ali Baba and his forty thieves Me and the snowman, the snowman and me
Somebody told me Somebody he knew heard somebody else Tell somebody something But it was something I told that person myself If you bothered to trace the call You would see it's all gotten turned around 365 degrees Thanks to me
Me and the snowman, the snowman and me Me and the snowman, the snowman and me Me and the snowman, the snowman and me Me and the snowman, the snowman and me
That's right kids, that's the story of me and the snowman For more stories about me and the snowman, check your local library That's one to grow on
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