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Be a Clown – song lyrics

Bobby Kaye laughing
Song lyrics to Be A Clown, written by Cole Porter, performed by Judy Garland and Gene Kelly in The Pirate (1948) I’ll remember forever, When I was but three, Mama, who was clever, Remarking to me; If, son, when you’re grown up, You want ev’rything nice, I’ve got...
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The Circus – poem by Red Skelton

Red Skelton painting of Freddie the Freeloader, titled "Hold that Tiger"
The Circus – poem by Red Skelton Red Skelton wrote this poem in honor of his father, a former circus clown, whom Red never knew — Red’s father died two months before Red was born. ¬†Years later, a young Red also clowned in the circus — at the...
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Clown Creed 2000

Clown Creed 2000 photo
Clowning is a performance art. We exist to perform. Our obligation is to prepare ourselves for effective and entertaining performances.
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