Oh, who are the people in your neighborhood, In your neighborhood, in your neighborhood? Say, who are the people in your neighborhood, The people that you meet each day?
Bob:Oh, hi there, little fella. Man:Hello. Bob:Hey, listen. Do you know who you could be if I gave you this little hat and a bag to carry over your shoulder? Man:Well, I could be a laundry man. Bob:No..Not a laundry man. Man:How about Santa Claus. Bob:No, no, no, not Santa Claus. Man:What's wrong with Santa Claus.? Bob:There's nothing wrong with Santa Claus, but... Man:Don't you like Christmas? Bob:Oh, I love Christmas! But you could be the postman! Man:A postman! Hmm.
Oh, the postman always brings the mail Through rain or snow or sleet or hail. I'll work and work the whole day through To get your letters safe to you.
'Cause the postman is a person in your neighborhood, In your neighborhood, he's in your neighborhood. A, postman is the person in your neighborhood, A person that you meet each day.
Man:Well, I'll see you around! Bob:O.K. Secound Man:Hey, watch it! Where're you going to? A fire? Bob:Hey, speaking a fire.. Secound Man:Fire?! What fire? Help! Help! Bob:No, there's no fire at all. But you know who you could be if I gave you this little shiny red hat? Secound Man:Yeah, Santa Claus! Bob:No, not Santa Claus... Secound Man:..Little Red Riding Hood? Bob:No, no, no, not Red Riding Hood. You could be a fireman! Secound Man:Oh, a fireman! Holy smoke! Ha!
Oh a fireman is brave, it's said. His engine is a shiny red. If there's a fire anywhere about, Well, I'll be sure to put it out.
'Cause a fireman is a person in your neighborhood, In your neighborhood, he's in your neighborhood. And a postman is a person in your neighborhood. Well, they're the people that you meet When you're walking down the street, They're the people that you meet each day.