Written by:
Barry Gibb
Robin Gibb
Maurice Gibb
(1968)

Lead vocals:
Barry Gibb
Robin Gibb

Album:
Odessa
(1969)


The circus is coming to see you.
The elephant smiles.
Everybody can hear you
say that’s out of style.

My brother is friendly for reasons,
if I am the same.
Just for four hundred seasons
we all live in rain.

So I laugh in your face.
You’re only one race.
Yes, I laugh in your face
and I’m right.

You lie just like the rest.
But there’s nobody best.
So I laugh in your face
and I’m right.

I’ll pull out your plug
so you’re small.
You’ll slide down the drain.
On the steps of St. Peter’s,
you all look the same.

So I laugh in your face.
You’re only one race.
Yes, I laugh in your face
and I’m right.

You lie just like the rest.
But there’s nobody best.
So I laugh in your face
and I’m right.

The circus is coming to see you.
The elephant smiles.
Everybody can hear you
say that’s out of style.

So I laugh in your face.
You’re only one race.
Yes, I laugh in your face
and I’m right.

You lie just like the rest.
But there’s nobody best.
So I laugh in your face
and I’m right.

I Laugh In Your Face

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