A Spoonful Of Sugar

Lyrics

In ev'ry job that must be done
There is an element of fun
you find the fun and snap!
The job's a game.

And ev'ry task you undertake
Becomes a piece of cake
A lark! Aspree!
It's very clear to me.

That a. .
Spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down
The medicine go down-wown
The medicine go down
Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down
In a most delightful way.

A robin feathering his nest
Has very little time to rest
While gathering his
Bits of twine and twig.

Though quite intent in his pursuit
He has a merry tune to toot
He knows a song
Will move the job along.

For a. .
Spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down
The medicine go down-wown
The medicine go down
Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down
In a most delightful way.

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Information About A Spoonful Of Sugar

"A Spoonful Of Sugar" is a song featured in the 1964 Walt Disney film Mary Poppins, and was composed by Richard and Robert Sherman.

"The Eyes of Love" was the song's original name; however, legend has it that Julie Andrews, who had not yet decided whether to take the role of Mary Poppins, did not like the song. Thereafter, Walt Disney instructed the Sherman Brothers to create something catchier. Robert Sherman got the idea for the new lyrics after finding out his children had just had their polio vaccine administered via a cube of sugar; hence "A Spoonful of Sugar Helps the Medicine Go Down".

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