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DON'T BELIEVE ANYTHINGWORDS & MUSIC: Earl P. Reinhalter
I. on the TV at noon, a man walked on the moon, but it's not really so. 'cause the weight of it all would make the moon fall. CHORUS A: I don't believe anything. I don't really care what you told me. I don't believe anyone. I only trust what I see. II. all the President's men telling how it was then in serial style. the scriptwriter was fond of actors named John. (repeat chorus A) III. those who say the world's round have it all upside down. south must be on top! heat rises, I'm sure, and south is so warm. (repeat chorus A) CHORUS B: I don't believe anything. I don't really care what you told me. I don't believe anyone. I've learned I can only trust me.
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