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STONECUTTERS CUT IT ON WOOD From the Broadway show "Carousel" (Music by Richard Rodgers / Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II) (Male chorus) I never see it yet to fail, I never see it fail A girl who's in love with a virtuous man is doomed to weep and wail CHORUS Stonecutters cut it on stone Woodpeckers peck it on wood "There's nothin' so bad for a woman as a man who thinks he's good" (very brief strings break) (Male solo) My mother used to say to me "When you grow up, my son, I hope you're a bum like your father was 'cause a good man ain't no fun" CHORUS Stonecutters cut it on stone Woodpeckers peck it on wood "There's nothin' so bad for a woman as a man who thinks he's good" Tain't so!, 'tis, too! Tain't so!, 'tis, too! (brief strings break) (Female chorus) I never see it yet to fail, I never see it fail A girl who's in love with any man Is doomed to weep and wail (brief strings break) The clock just ticks your life away, there's no relief in sight It's "cook" and it's "scrub" and it's "sewin' all day" and "not much sleep that night" CHORUS Stonecutters cut it on stone Woodpeckers peck it on wood "There's nothin' so bad for a woman as a man whose bad OR good"

    


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