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Beethoven's Wig

Tchaikovsky's Cannonball

The crowds were cheering at the concert hall
The night Tchaikovsky shot a cannonball
It was the loudest cannon that you’ll ever hear
It was so loud it even shook the chandelier
The crowds were cheering for a curtain call
The night Tchaikovsky shot a cannonball
The drum and bugle player jumped op on a seat
They hoped and prayed it wouldn’t fall down on their feet
Trumpets were blaring, everyone staring
Critics declaring, “daring, daring!”
Then it exploded!
Boy it was loaded!
What a crash it stopped the show
It landed in the seventh row
Tchaikovsky’s cannonball
Blew up the concert hall
But everyone could see
The guy made history
That the great Tchaikovsky’s cannonball
That’s all!

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Thanks to Brenda McFarlane for submitting the lyrics.

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