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ORDINARY PEOPLE From the London Show "Zip Goes A Million" (1951) (George Posford / Eric Maschwitz) George Formby & Sarah Gregory (London Stage Production) - 1951 Gavin Lee & Zoe Curlett (London Revival) - 2001 GEORGE: You know, Sally When I was just a kid, like all the others did Heh-heh, I used to dream about me life's ambitions In turn I planned to be, aye, a sailor on the sea A cook, a boy scout, or even a politician But here I am with all the dreams I've had An ordinary chap, but still I'm glad Ordinary people like you and me Happy and contented as we can be We can walk on air on our ordinary feet Strolling hand-in-hand along an ordinary street Ordinary people are we until The ordinary time of day is through And when the ordinary moon is in the ordinary sky Heh-eh, what extraordinary things we'll do SARAH: Ordinary people like you and me Happy and contented as we can be We can walk on air on our ordinary feet Strolling hand-in-hand along an ordinary street Ordinary people are we until The ordinary time of day is through GEORGE: And when the ordinary moon is in the ordinary sky Heh-heh-heh-heh-heh, what extraordinary things we'll do BOTH: What extraordinary things we'll do (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - March 2006) (Contributed by EUROPEAN OLDIES LYRICS - March 2006)

    


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