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CARNIVAL IN KENORA Joni Mitchell - 1966 Twinkle, twinkle, what a pity Alone alone on such a pretty night With enchantment on your side Popcorn, popcorn, cotton candy Soft voice whispered, "This all can be right If you come and share a ride" Carnival in Kenora I let him take me for a ride On a giant Ferris wheel Up in the neon sky Or far from the barker's cry One kiss can sometimes make you feel Like a spinning Ferris wheel All the tents are taken down now All that's left is scuffled ground now Still the magic echoes in the sand Popcorn, popcorn, cotton candy Now a stranger takes my hand; we smile And the magic understands Carnival in Kenora I let him take me for a ride On a giant Ferris wheel Up in the neon sky Or far from the barker's cry One kiss can sometimes make you feel Like a spinning Ferris wheel

    


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