Cabaret

Liza Minelli

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BRIGHTLY!
Verse 1
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What good is sitt-ing a-lone in your room,
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Come hear the mus-ic play,
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Life is a cab-ar-et, old chum,
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Come to the cab-ar-et.

Verse 2
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Put down the knitt-ing, the book and the broom,
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It's time for a hol-i-day,
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Life is a cab-ar-et, old chum,
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Come to the cab-ar-et.

Verse 3
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Come taste the wine, come hear the band,
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Come blow your horn, start cel-eb-ra-ting,
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Right this way, your ta-ble's wait-ing.

Verse 4
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What's good's per-mitt-ing some proph-et of doom,
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To wipe ev'ry smile a-way,
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Life is a cab-ar-et, old chum,
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So come to the cab-ar-et.

Verse 5 SPOKEN

I used to have a girl friend known as Elsie,
With whom I shared four sordid rooms in Chelsea,
She wasn't what you'd call a blushing flower,
As a matter of fact, she rented by the hour!
The day she died the neighbors came to snicker,
Well, that's what comes from too much pills and
liqour!
But when I saw her laid out, like a Queen,
She was the happiest corpse, I'd ever, seen!
I think of Elsie to this very day,
I remember how she'd turn to me and say:

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"What good is sitt-ing all a-lone in your room,
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Come hear the mus-ic play,
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Life is a cab-ar-et, old chum,
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Come to the cab-ar-et".

Verse 6
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Start by ad-mitt-ing from cra-dle to tomb,
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It is'nt that long a stay,
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Life is a cab-ar-et, old chum,
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On-ly a cab-ar-et, old chum,
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And I love a cab-ar-ar-et!

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