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"Zero's a Big Nothing"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

This is way older than Wilkins Coffee in a cup. Made this for nothing. Enjoy. Or don't. We don't care.
We must think zero is just a big nothing,
We must think zero is always late.
I went to the math circus to learn,
He was late.

Now this number shouldn't be so boring,
It could've came to have some fun.
It never bounced around, never said nothing,
It ain't much fun.

But then, there were numbers, I could think of,
I thought maybe I could do some math,
Gotta learn a little harder,
To make my brain kind of smarter,
Never had a clue why,
It didn't turn alright.

We must think zero's a big nothing,
We must think zero's always late,
All the frogs were playing in the Math Circus,
Zero was late.

Since then Tad was doing a trick,
With all these numbers,
I had to watch all of the numbers go,
I looked around, I heard no answer,
Jumped in that cannon, hit my head there,
Still can't amaze me.
Nobody believes me.

Cause zero is just a big nothing.
Zero is always late.
Zero is just a big nothing,
And zero is always late.
I absolutely got nothing on my hands.
(C) Joey Henson Studios

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