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What a Wonderful World is a song played in "The Good, the Sad and the Drugly" and sung by Maggie Simpson in the episode "Every Man's Dream". The original song sung by Louis Armstrong was played in "The Good, the Sad and the Drugly" after Lisa took the happy pill. In "Every Man's Dream", Homer had a hallucinogenic dream about Maggie Simpson singing it. She sang the first part of the song, but then it transitioned to another scene, where it would be sung by The Clarks. The cover version by The Clarks would then be sung again throughout the episode's ending credits.

LyricsEdit

The Good, the Sad and the DruglyEdit

Louis: I see trees of green.
Red roses too.
I see them bloom
for me and you
and I think yo myself
What a wonderful world.

Every Man's DreamEdit

Maggie: I see trees of green.
Red roses too.
Homer (Speaking): What the?
The Clarks: I see them bloom.
For me and you
and I think to my-
(Candace bonks Homer on the head with a beer bottle)

TriviaEdit

  • This is the first and so far, only song in the series to be sung by Maggie Simpson.

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