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You’d Better Wash Your Hands from the Beatles’ “I Want To Hold Your hand”
Oh yeah, I’ll tell you something I think you’ll understand For the sake of sanitation You’d better wash your hands
Before, and after meals And when you use the can Soap and water For twenty seconds Should be part of your plan That’s how you wash your hands
And when you’re finished You’ll feel happy inside Washin’ so thorough that microbes They can’t hide
Make sure you Wash your nails And dry with towel or fan Prevent those nasty microbes From spreadin’ cross the land
You’d better wash your hands
And when you’re finished you’ll feel happy inside Washin’ so thorough that microbes They can’t hide
Oh yeah, I’ll Tell you something I think you’ll understand For the sake of sanitation You’d better wash your hands Why don’t you wash your hands
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