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EV'RYBODY HAS THE RIGHT TO BE WRONG (AT LEAST ONCE) from 1965 New York musical "Skyscraper" (Jimmy Van Heusen (m) Sammy Cahn (l) 1965) as recorded by Frank Sinatra with Laurindo Almeida (guitar) and orchestra conducted by Torrie Zito August 23rd 1965 Hollywood Everybody has the right to be wrong, at least once! Everybody has the right to be dunce-like, once-like. Not being too smart is, it's a no disgrace, What sets you apart is smilin' with egg on your face! It's naive to make believe that you're right, it's not bright! Only fools go walking on thin ice, twice. You and life can skip the strife and you'll both get along, All it takes is simply saying you're wrong when you're wrong, And everybody has the right to be wrong! You and life can skip the strife and you'll both get along, All it takes is simply saying you're wrong when you're wrong. Everybody has the right to be, It can be a real delight to be, And I fight fight for the right to be wrong, At least once! (Contributed by Peter Akers - March 2016)

    


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