Everyone Makes Mistakes
(Sung to the tune of "My Favorite Mistake" by Sheryl Crow)
Guest song parody by Alvin Dover, alvindover@hotmail.com


As sung by Dubya Bush:

(instrumental intro)

I've a special secret; children ought to know:
It's about the little mistakes you make as you begin to grow.
You shouldn't cry; mistakes are fine.

It's an error from defective judgment;
Fault from deficient knowledge.
Mistakes aren't bad, and here is why:

Do you know that everyone makes mistakes?
Yes, we all do! (Your sister and brother, too!)
Even Mom and Dad!
So why can't you?

If you make a mistake while counting to ten;
Don't get mad, don't be sad;
Just start to count again.

And if you should only get to eight or nine
Don't you whine, there'll be sunshine.
I'm still your friend, and I still like you fine.

Doyou know that everyone makes mistakes?
Yes we all do! (Your sister and brother, too!)
Even Mom and Dad!
So why can't you?

If you spill a glass of milk all over the floor,
Well, your mom and dad still like you as they did before.
'Cause when Mom and Dad were just as small as you,
I'll bet that they knocked their milk all over the floor, too!

Did you know a mistake is a blunder?
An unintentional error?
A thing that is wrong!

To err is human; to forgive, divine
Everyone makes mistakes.
(Mistake is something that's not correct)
Everyone makes mistakes!


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