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Ding, Dong, Bell
Bell Ding, Dong
Ding, dong, bell, call the people, call the people,
Ding, dong, bell; the priest is on the altar;
Ding, dong, bell; call 'em quickly, call 'em quickly,
Ding, dong, bell; the clerk is coming also.
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