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George Gershwin - They All Laughed Lyrics

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  • The odds were a hundred to one against me
  • The world thought the heights were too high to climb
  • But people from Missouri never incensed me
  • Oh, I wasnt a bit concerned
  • For from histry I had learned
  • How many, many times the worm had turned
  • They all laughed at Christopher Columbus
  • When he said the world was round
  • They all laughed when Edison recorded sound
  • They all laughed at Wilbur and his brother
  • When they said that man could fly
  • They told marconi
  • Wireless was a phony
  • Its the same old cry
  • They laughed at me wanting you
  • Said I was reaching for the moon
  • But oh, you came through
  • Now theyll have to change their tune
  • They all said we never could be happy
  • They laughed at us and how!
  • But ho, ho, ho!
  • Whos got the last laugh now?
  • They all laughed at Rockefeller center
  • Now theyre fighting to get in
  • They all laughed at Whitney and his cotton gin
  • They all laughed at Fulton and his steamboat
  • Hershey and his chocolate bar
  • Ford and his misery
  • Kept the laughers busy
  • Thats how people are
  • They laughed at me wanting you
  • Said it would be, "hello, goodbye."
  • But oh, you came through
  • Now theyre eating humble pie
  • They all said wed never get together
  • Darling, lets take a bow
  • For ho, ho, ho!
  • Whos got the last laugh?
  • He, hee, hee!
  • Lets at the past laugh
  • Ha, ha, ha!
  • Whos got the last laugh now? "

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