From the musical comedy A City With Soul. Performed by the ghost of Louis Armstrong upon telling the story of how he was helped by the kind Jewish damily, the Karnofsks, when he was a boy.
They sacrifice though no one ever sees them
They guide you when you’re bind
The people who are kind
Those people, they don’t need to have a reason
Without a second thought
Freely give what they’ve got
Though they may not
Have a lot.
So many times in life when I was clueless
I was fortunate to find
The people who were kind
Patiently they taught me to get through it
And in the end I find
That I, too, can be kind
Oh, wouldn’t you
Do it too?
I surely would have fallen behind
I surely would would be losing my mind if
It hand’t been for
the people who are kind