Since no one else has done this, here goes ... (everybody sing! ) What would we do without pockets? Pockets are helpful and cute You need a pocket or things might go wrong Pockets are pals and they'll help you along What would we do without pockets? Where would we carry our fruit, Keep rubber bands in, Or put our hands in? Pockets are pretty to boot! I'm saying, Everyone's clothing has pockets Even the silliest suit Pockets can carry a quarter or dime Possibly pockets can help you tell time Pockets can even be magic Let's give a rousing salute Pockets are very Extr'ordinary Pockets are really a beaut! What would we do without pockets? We'd have to carry things loose You need a pocket for combing your hair 'Cause when you're finished, your comb goes in there Many things come out of pockets Things you could not reproduce Pockets can help you, but listen out there There could be trouble, so stranger beware That lots of things go into pockets, But never tomato, No, not tomato, *giggling* Mister, oh, please, oh, no, ... ooh. One of Raposo's finest little-known compositions.