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"Suppertime" lyric help 
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Post "Suppertime" lyric help
I've heard a couple different versions of the last couplet of the second verse of "Suppertime": "He's got the goods and I'm/All set for suppertime" and "He's USDA Prime/For my suppertime". Which is the actual version of that couplet?

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Post Re: "Suppertime" lyric help
"He's got the goods and I'm/All set for suppertime" was the original version of the couplet. It was updated at some point to "He's USDA Prime/For my suppertime", I'm guessing because Howard Ashman liked it better. The demo is one verse longer and uses both.


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Post Re: "Suppertime" lyric help
I am faced with this same problem. The article has been really helpful.


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