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Carnival

This song is by Anthony Da Costa and appears on the album Typical American Tragedy (2008).

I went to the carnival and I didn't win you nothin'.
You are something special, I wanted to bring you something.
I wanna show you that I care with a yo-yo or a stuffed bear.
'Cause I've been waitin' on you to let me in.
'Cause I went to the carnival and I didn't win.

I've seen it in the movies, yes I've seen it done right.
There's nothing more romantical than a carnival at night.
Knock the milk jugs off the shelf, and she'll love you like no one else.
You know it in her smile that she's havin' fun.
I've seen it in the movies, but I could not get it done.

You don't sound disappointed, but I bet you think I suck.
You can blame it on fate, you can blame it on luck,
You can blame it on me, I can't play skee ball it gets ugly,
But if I could you know I surely would.
You don't sound disappointed, but I bet you think I'm no good

How's a nice moonlight dinner, how's a walk along the sand?
I'd buy you a rainbow, but they're too much in demand.
I could sing you a song, and it might not sound all wrong.
As long as there's no prizes I'm you're man.
Why lose at the carnival when we could kiss between the moon and the sand.
Between the moon and the sand.

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