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Life Is So Peculiar

This song is by Frank Sinatra, features Helen Carroll & The Swantones and appears on the box set The Columbia Years 1943–1952: The Complete Recordings (1993).

Oh life is so peculiar, you get so wet in the rain,
You get so warm in the sunshine, it doesn't pay to complain,
When I get up each morning, there's nothing to breathe but air,
When I look in the mirror, there's nothing to comb but hair,
When I sit down to breakfast, nothing to eat but food,
Life is so peculiar but you can't stay home and brood.
Yes, life is so peculiar, a fork belongs with a knife,
Corn beef is lost without cabbage, a husband should have a wife,
Life is so peculiar, but as everybody says:
That's life (that's life)
(Oh life is so peculiar, the desert's only got sand,)
The ocean's only got water, you never know where you stand.
When I get out to dinner, there's nothing to wear but clothes,
Whenever I get sleepy, there's nothing to do but doze,
Whenever I get thirsty, there's nothing to do but drink,
Life is no peculiar that it makes you stop and think,
(Life is so peculiar,) it's so peculiar,
A fork belongs with a knife (the fork belongs with the knife)
Corn beef is lost without cabbage, a husband should have a wife,
Life is so peculiar, but as everybody says:
That's life. (That's right.)

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