Frank Sinatra - "If You Stub Your Toe On The Moon" lyrics

Oh there's nothing to be ashamed of If you stub your toe on the moon. But don't give up too soon, When the dream's at the top of the sky, Well, you'll just have to jump pretty high, If you stub your toe on the moon. Now young Harry Hodgett loved making gadgets, Hope one or two things might bring fame, Life needs some new things was his claim, This is the last time you'll hear his name. But do you think that got him down' Nobody mentions Harry's inventions, Here comes the end when there're gadgets to mend He's the best repairman in town. So there's nothing to be ashamed of, If you stub your toe on the moon. Well, it may get a laugh from the crowd, But don't give up too soon, When you start out to climb to a cloud, If you stub your toe on the moon. Lived in a hall room up one flight, Thought of the ballroom big and bright, And then for her trouble, pop went the bubble, Sweet Sally Springer, she was a singer, Where she would make her debut some night, Now they admit, every night she's a hit, Say that it's sad, but wait, don't weep. When she sings her children to sleep. No, there's nothing to be ashamed of If you stub your toe on the moon, Though it may be a blow to your pride, You're a hero because, well, you tried, So don't give up too soon, If you stub your toe on the moon, If you stub your toe on the moon.