People (From A Happening In Central Park) Lyrics - Barbra Streisand

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[Speaking]
At this time I should like very much to thank my wonderful conductor.
And what he does is this...It's sort of... It reminds me of an old
Mae West picture...uh... I don't know how I made this association,
but...you see, he makes this orchestra sound as if there were 70 pieces.
And it reminds me the scene where Mae was teaching in a classroom
and she said: [imitating Mae West's voice] "One an' one is two...two
an' two is four... four an' four makes ten, if you have worked right!"
And I would also like to say that I'm thrilled and delighted...I can't
believe there's 128,000 people out there... "FEENTASTIC!" Ah! Ah!
Thank you... But I would like to thank you, you lovely bunch of...

People, people who need people,
Are the luckiest people in the world.
We're children, needing other children,
And yet letting a grown-up pride,
Hide all the need inside,
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Acting more like children than children.
Lovers are very special people,
They're the luckiest people in the world;
With one person, one very special person;
A feeling deep in your soul
Says you are half now you're whole,
No more hunger and thirst,
But first be a person who needs people,
People who need people...
Are the luckiest people in the world...
With one person, one very special person;
No more hunger and thirst,
First be a person who needs people,
People who need people...
Are the luckiest people in the world...




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