The sun came out, and everyone got drunk
Sailors kissed ladies, confetti fell like blossom
Sweet music played, the champagne flowed like spunk
Old enmities were set down and forgotten

Babies beamed, and gurgled bold first words
Granddads rubbed tears of joy from fading eyes
Fish breathed the air, cats called a truce with birds
A shining host of angels filled the skies

In one swift stroke, existence lost its poison
Sadness grew redundant and outmoded
Humanity united in rejoicing
The Day That Richard Littlejohn Exploded