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"A Whole Bunch of World" is a song from the 2004 movie, Teacher's Pet: The Movie. It was sung by Spot Helperman (Masquerading as Scot Leadready II), Leonard Helperman, and Mary-Lou Helperman on their way to Florida.
It was performed by Debra Jo Rupp (as Mary-Lou Helperman), Nathan Lane (as Spot Helperman/Scot Leadready II), and Shaun Fleming (as Leonard Helperman).
Mary-Lou Helperman: There's a whole bunch of world in our backyard,
All: An awful lot of world to see,
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkensaw,
And now the states that start with C and D, whee!
California, Colorado, and Conncticut,
Dear Delaware, the very first state, oh,
Florida and Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho,
Where they grow a lot of trout and potatoes
Stuck right in the middle, little Illinois
Indiana, and Ioah, too
There's Kansas and Kentucky,
And way down south,
Louisiana, it's shaped like a shoe!
Scott: And still a lot of states to do!
All: States that start with M, now let's name them:
Maine, Maryland, and Massachu-
-Sets, Michigan, Minnesota, Misisisppi , show me mo,
Montana, now we're more than halfway through
Nebraska and Nevada and the News:
Hampshire, Jersey, Mexico and York
Now the Norths: Calorina and Dakota,
Where Sakegewea guided Lewis and Clark
Ohio, Oklahoma, and Oregon
Pennsylvania where they wrote the Constitution,
Little Rhode Island and South Carolina
Where rebels tried to start a revolution
South Dakota, Tennessee, and next to Mexico,
Texas, where they have a lot of cows,
Utah, Vermont, and Ol' Virginny,
Where George Washington took his first bow, wow!
We're all the way to W now!
Washington, West Virginia, and ol' Wisconsin,
I don't know how much higher I can sing!
(Deep breath) But that's okay, `cause we went all the way
From Alabama to Wyoming,
From Alabama to Wyoming!