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Today we went to a Halloween party and when we got home I happily found this email in my inbox from Tanya…

I bought my kids a dancing skeleton this year and it sings this song and I never knew what it was called but the words go like this:

Did you ever see a hearse go by, who will be the next to die?
They’ll wrap him in a big white sheet;
And bury him down 6 feet deep
The worms crawled in the worms crawled out
the worms play pinochle on your snout

Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha!

-Another version of The Hearse Song!

Thanks Tanya!

-Lisa

Here you’ll find other versions of The Hearse Song. Feel free to add the version you know in the comments.

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Come read about The Origin of The Worms Crawl in the Worms Crawl Out a.k.a. The Hearse Song.

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57 Responses to “Another Version of “The Hearse Song” (”The Worms Crawl In the Worms Crawl Out”)”

  1. Lisa Says:

    Erin wrote me…

    I always sang it like this:

    The worms crawl in the worms crawl out,
    The worms play pinochle on your snout,
    They eat your eyes they eat your nose,
    They eat the goo between your toes!

    Thanks for writing Erin!

    Lisa

  2. Lisa Says:

    Kevin wrote in…

    Hey Mamalisa–I’m getting a big kick out of your site–i googled “the worms play pinnacle on your snout” and found your site–the people at work think i’m crazy so i had to prove to them that it’s a real song–here’s how we sang it when we were kids

    The worms go in, The worms go out
    The worms play pinnacle on your snout

    Your body turns a sickening green
    and puss comes out like whipping cream

    Enjoy–Kevin

  3. Lisa Says:

    Sami wrote me…

    The “REAL” version of “The Hearse Song”:

    Don’t You Ever Laugh As A Hearse Goes By,
    For You May Be The Next To Die.
    They Wrap You Up In A Big White Sheet,
    From Your Head Down To Your Feet.
    They Put You In A Big Black Box,
    Cover You Up With Dirt And Rocks.
    All Goes Well For About A Week,
    Then Your Coffin Begins To Leak.
    The Worms Crawl In The Worms Crawl Out,
    The Worms Play Pinochle On Your Snout.
    They Eat Your Eyes They Eat Your Nose,
    they Eat The Jelly Between Your Toes.
    A Big Green Worm With Rolling Eyes,
    Crawls In Your Stomach And Out Your Eyes.
    Your Stomach Turns A Slimy Green,
    And Pus Pours Out Like Whipping Cream.
    You Spread It On A Slice Of Bread,
    And That’s What You Eat When Your Dead.

    Thanks for writing!

    -Lisa

  4. Pauly Johnson Says:

    I never knew the last few lines so after they eat crawl in your stomach and out your mouth we always said that the worms crawl in – the worms crawl out in your ear and out of your rear. I like the sickening green and pu pouring out like whip cream Yuck- and the bread you eat when you are dead! LOL

  5. karen Says:

    I just came across your website while doing a search trying to find lyrics to a song I learned as a youngster in New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, Canada growing up in the mid-late 60’s. What I remember does have some similarities to your “hearse song” but not quite the same – would love to know if anyone else remembers a version closer to mine. What I can remember goes like this:

    “and one little worm who wasn’t too shy
    crawled in your ear and out your eye
    and all your innards were slimy green
    and your intestines were rich white cream
    and I without my spoon!”

  6. Martin Says:

    Just thought I would add my own version.

    Have you ever thought when a hearse goes by
    That you may be the next to die

    They wrap you up in a big white sheet
    And drop you down about six feet

    All goes well for about a week
    And then the coffin begins to leak

    little white worms with big blue eyes
    Crawl in your ears and out your eyes

    They crawl in and they crawl out
    And they play ping pong upon your snout

    There may be more but that is all I can remember.

  7. Tommie T Says:

    1960s NOLA version…

    Never laugh as a hearse goes by
    Cause you may be the next to die
    (First) they wrap you up in a big white sheet
    And then they bury you six feet deep
    All goes well for about a week
    And then the bugs begin to eat
    They eat your eyes
    They eat your nose
    They eat the goop in between your toes
    Your stomach turns a sickening green
    And guts pour out like whipping cream
    That’s what happens when you die!

  8. lorraine johnson Says:

    dont you ever laugh at the hearse or uyou will be the first to die they put in a big black box and cover u up with dirt and rocks theres a big white worm with rolling eyes goes through your stomach and out your eyes puse comes out like cream cheese you put it on a slice of bread and that is what tou eat wen you are dead

  9. Angela Says:

    Do you know of an old horror movie that had a girl
    singing this song in it? I think it was made in the 60’s. Thanks!

  10. Morris Pipke Says:

    Here is the version I learned as a child in Canada during the 50’s

    Have you ever thought that when a hearse went by

    That you might be the next to die?

    They put you in a wooden box

    And cover you up with mud and rocks.

    First your coffin begins to leak,

    Moles crawl in and moles crawl out.

    Two ants play golf on your snout.

    Little bugs that look like flies

    Crawl in your liver and out your eyes.

    Then your liver turns to a slimy green

    And puffs up like thick whipped cream.

    Then your bones begin to fall apart,

    And there is nothing left but your slimy heart.

  11. NYCemSvc Says:

    Did you ever think as the dead go by
    that you too are someday doomed to die
    They’ll bury you deep beneath the ground
    and all that is left is a little mound
    Then the worms go in and the worms go out
    the worms crawl in and out of your mouth
    They come by ones and they come by tens
    they don’t come alone, they bring their friends
    Then the maggots they crawl and the flies they eat
    that delicious old stinking rotten meat

  12. Deb Says:

    I’d be interested in the name of the horror movie with the little girl singing the
    song.I heard this as a little girl and have never been able to find it.

  13. Ed Ferrero Says:

    The song was used in the original episodes of the 3 Stooges, someone would whistle the melody and as a kid I never new it had lyrics.
    When I was “old enough” my mom taught me how they used to sign that back in the 30’s. It was very much like the one NYCEM said.
    I’ll ask my mom to type me them as she remembers them.

  14. ED Says:

    THIS IS THE VERSION I LEARNED IN PHILLY AS AN INNOCENT CHILD!

    I ALWAYS DREAMED OF A HEARSE GO BY WHEN ONE FINE DAY YOU ARE GOING TO DIE AHH HOOOOO, AHH HOOOOO.

    THEY PUT YOU IN A BIG WOODEN BOX AND COVER YOU OVER WITH GRAVEL AND ROCKS AHH HOOOOO, AHH HOOOO.

    THE WORMS CRAWL IN THE BUGS CRAWL OUT SLIMEY SALIVA COMES OUT OF YOUR MOUTH AHH HOOOO, AH HOOOO.

    THATS ALL I CAN REMEMBER, ED

  15. Jeff Says:

    Here is the version I remember……..

    The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out

    In through your nose, and out your mouth.

    The rest is just a blur.

  16. Abbi Says:

    NO it goes like this

    have u ever thought as the days go by
    that u may be the next to die?
    they wrap u up in a big white sheet
    from ur head down to ur feet!
    the worms crawl in and the worms crawl out
    through ur stomoch and out ur snout.
    ur eyes fall out and ur teeth decay
    And thats the end of a perfect day!!!!!

  17. Tracy Botsford Says:

    This is a version i learned in Binghamton NY in the mid 70’s

    The worms crawl in,
    The worms crawl out,
    The worms play pinochle on your snout.

    Your chest caves in,
    Your teeth decay,
    Your eyeballs fall out and roll away.

    A different ending than any others I’ve seen so far.

  18. Christy Says:

    This is the version my grandma sang to my mom when she was little:

    The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out
    The worms play pinochle on your snout
    Your liver turns a gassly green
    The puss pours out just like whipped cream
    Your eyes pop out, your teeth decay
    And that’s the end of a perfect day
    Do me a favor…
    Drop Dead!

    Of course, I think this is the best version.

  19. Teresa Says:

    I’d be interested in the name of the movie with the young woman singing the song. I saw this as a young girl and have never been able to find it. I think it had Fred MacMurrey in it, and part of the movie he had washed his hands and face and he was glowing.

  20. Carrie Says:

    I’ve been trying to figure out what that old movie was called also. I’d really like to watch it again. It seems like there was a girl in a white gown holding a candle and singing that song. There were flames like the house was on fire or something.

  21. Tracy Says:

    My family passed it down like this….
    yet another version

    You never know when the hearse goes by
    You might be the next to die
    They wrap you up in red and green
    and take you for a ride in a limosine
    They throw you about six feet down
    and it’s not so bad for the first few weeks
    but then the worms go in and out
    and the ants play peek-a-boo on you snout
    and then you turn a sickly green
    and pus runs out like whipping cream

  22. Libby Says:

    the worms crawl in
    the worms crawl out
    they eat your guts
    and they poop them out

    My dad would sing that at us whenever the subject of death or putrefaction came up! I never knew there were verses (or pinochle!) until I was about 30. I love how these songs evolve!

  23. rnail Says:

    Did you ever think when a hearse went by that you may be the next to die. They wrap you up in a big white sheet and put you down about six feet deep. All goes well for about a week then your coffin begins to leak. The worms crawl in the worms crawl out, the worms play pinochle on your snout. Your body turns a slimy green and puss runs out like thick whip cream. You sop it up with a piece of bread and thats what you eat when you are dead.

  24. Morgan Says:

    This is all I can remember of the south Louisiana version in about ‘49 or early 50’s
    /////////////////

    Have you ever thought when the hearse goes by
    That you may be the next to die

    They wrap you up in an old dirty sheet
    And drop you down about six feet deep

    All goes well for about a week
    And then your coffin springs a leak

    The worms ooze in and the worms ooze out
    In your nose and out your mouth

    Your stomach turns a pale, pale green,
    And puss oozes out like whipped, whipped cream
    /////////////

    That’s all I can remember

  25. Ellen Colaneri Says:

    Don’t laugh or grin when the hearse goes by
    For you may be the next one to die
    They wrap you in a big white sheet
    And bury you under six feet deep.
    And then the world begins to creep
    And your coffin begins to seep
    The worms crawl in the worms crawl out
    The worms play pinuckle on your snout.
    They eat your eyes, they eat your nose
    They eat the jelly between your toes
    They scoop it up and put it on bread and
    That’s what you eat when you are dead!

  26. Grandma Polly Says:

    Here how we sang it backin central Ill. in the 30 & 40’s

    Don’t you laugh when the hearse goes by,
    For you may be the next to die,
    They’ll wrap you up in a dirty white sheet,
    and throw you down about six feet deep.

    The worms will crawl in and the worms will crawl out,
    the ants will play pinochle on your snout.

    You skin will turn a slimmy green and
    pus will ooz out like whipping cream.

    So don’t you laugh when the hearse drives by,
    for you may be e e e the next to d i e !

  27. Lisa Says:

    Ann wrote:

    all my life i remmber the song i read in a book scary stories to tell in the dark by alvin schwartz all the ones i’ve seen on this website really dont match it…but anyway..here’s the version i learned:

    dont you ever laugh as the hearse goes by,
    for you may be the next to die.
    they wrap you in a big white sheet
    from your head down to your feet.
    the put you in a big black box
    and cover you with dirt and rocks
    all goes well for about a week
    then your coffin begings to leak
    the worms crawl in, the worms crawl out
    the worms play pinochole in your snout
    a bug green worm with rolling eyes
    crawls in your stomace and out your eyes
    your stomache turns a slimy green
    and pus pours out like wipping cream
    you spread it on a peice of bread
    that’s what you eat when you are dead!

  28. Lisa Yannucci Says:

    Farrin wrote:

    Hey, I saw your post and I wanted to share my version that my mom used to sing to me and my brother when we were kids..oooh I used to be so scared of it. The lyrics are..

    The worms crawl in
    The worms crawl out
    In your stomach
    And out your mouth
    They suck your blood
    And then They die
    You will be the next to die

    So never laugh
    When a hearse goes by
    Or you will be the next…..to…..DIE!!!!!
    HAHAHAHA

  29. Lisa Yannucci Says:

    Steven Perry wrote:

    I remember one verse that went something like:

    They take you to the undertaker
    Who scrapes out your guts
    With a slimy scraper.

  30. Lisa Yannucci Says:

    Thomas Taylor wrote:

    Lived in NOLA in the early 1960s and the lyrics went like this…

    Never laugh as a hearse goes by, cause you may be the next to die

    (First) they wrap you up in a big white sheet, and then they bury you six feet deep

    All goes well for about a week, and then the bug begin to eat

    They eat your eyes, they eat your nose, they eat the goop in between your toes

    Your stomach turns a sickening green, and guts pour out like whipping cream

    That’s what happens when you die… So…

  31. Lisa Yannucci Says:

    Jenell wrote:

    Here’s the version my dear Great Grandpa used to sing:

    Don’t ever laugh when a hearse goes by,
    For you may be the next to die.
    They’ll wrap you up In a clean white sheet
    And bury you under six feet deep.
    A day or two goes by, The coffin begins to rot,
    The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out,
    The worms play pinochle on your snout.
    Your eyes will turn a gassy green
    And start foaming out like whipping cream,
    And to think of it… I forgot a spoon
    I brought a straw…

    ~Jenell

  32. ralph Says:

    Sir;
    this was a holloween song when i was a kid. (i’m 71 now)
    God bless…

  33. Chris Says:

    Here is the version I learned…..My Grandma sang it to us. She was from Kansas during the Great Depression

    Never laugh when a hearse goes by.
    Or you will be the next to die.
    They wrap you up in bloody sheets.
    And send you down bout six feet deep
    you’ll be ok for about a week.
    Until you body begins to reek.
    The little green bug with the big blue eyes.
    Eats thru your liver and out your eyes.
    He’ll eat your thighs, hell eat your nose.
    He’ll eat the jelly between your toes.
    The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out.
    The worms play Pinochle on your snout.
    Your skin goes away.
    Your teeth decay.
    And that’s the end of a perfect day!

  34. Alan Says:

    Another version:

    Your body turns a deathly green and puss comes out like salad cream.
    Your eyes cave in your teeth fall out and your brains come trickling down your snout.
    The worms crawl in the worms crawl out, they in thin they crawl out stout.

    From London UK circa 1956
    Alan

  35. Bob Says:

    I ran across this version in a book called
    Intervention by Julian May(1987)

    Did you ever think, as a hearse goes by,
    That you might be the next to die?
    They wrap you up in a long white sheet,
    And bury you down about six feet deep!

    The worms crawl in! The worms crawl out!
    The worms play pinochle in your mouth!
    Your body turns a mossy green,
    And pus runs out like thick ice cream!

  36. Christy Says:

    The version I grew up with:

    Have you ever thought when a hearse goes by,
    That you may be the next to die.
    The undertaker takes you in,
    And looks you over with a grin.
    He covers you up in a dirty sheet,
    Then he buries you six feet deep.
    All goes well for about a week,
    Then you coffin begins to leak.
    The worms crawl in the worms crawl out,
    The worms play pinochle up your snout.
    Then you stomach turns a slimy green,
    The pus comes out like thick whipped cream.
    They spread it on a piece of bread,
    And that’s what happens when you are dead….!
    The End! ;]

  37. Becca Says:

    Here’s what I remember growing up, it’s a little different from the rest I’ve read…

    Don’t you laugh when a hearse goes by
    Or you will be the next to die
    They put you in a big black box
    And fill you up with dirt and rocks
    The worms crawl in the worms crawl out
    The worms play pinochle on your snout
    They eat your eyes they eat your nose
    They eat the jelly between your toes
    A big black worm with rolling eyes
    Goes in your stomach and out your eyes
    Your stomach turns a slimy green
    And puss comes out like whipping cream
    You put it on a slice of bread
    And that’s what you eat when you are DEAD!

  38. Cathy Says:

    The name of the movie with the little girl singing is called “Picture Mommy Dead” starring Don Ameche and Zsa Zsa Gabor.

  39. Elia Bacchiocchi Says:

    THis is another version:

    Have you ever seen a hearse go by
    someday you’ll think your doomed to die
    they’ll wrap you up in a big white sheet
    through you down about 6 feet
    it all goes well for about a week
    and then the coffin begins to leak
    the worms crawl in the worms crawl out
    they eat the goo between your snout
    your eyes turn red, your eyes trun green
    the puss comes out like whipping cream
    mmhmmm…don’t you wish you had a spoon??

    HaHa

  40. Ann Wolfl Says:

    This is the charming version we learned in Ohio, early 1950s:

    The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out
    The worms play pinocle on your snout, you’re dead.
    Now when you see a ghost go by you know it’s your turn to die.
    They’ll put you in your coffin and bury you under the mountain deep.
    In about a week, your coffin will start to leak;
    Your head will turn red, your stomach green
    And the pus will run out like whipping cream –
    You’re dead! You’re dead! You’re dead!

  41. Benjamin Parker Says:

    Murdock from the A-Team sang it like this:

    Have you ever seen a hearse go by
    And wonder that you’ll surely die?
    They put you in a wooden box
    And cover you over with dirt and rocks.

    Then… he stops singing. Sorry… That’s it.

  42. Doglover Says:

    My mom taught me this version

    Never laugh as a hearse goes by
    For you may be the next to die
    They put you in a big brown box
    And cover you up with dirt and rocks
    For a week it’s nice and neat
    But then box begins to leak
    Worms crawl in
    Worms crawl out
    In your stomach
    And out your mouth
    They use your bones as telephones
    And call you up when you’re not home

  43. Eawilcox Says:

    So many versions of the same song…was just singing it to my boyfriend and his 16 year old daughter who had never heard it before. I think this version dates back to the Middle Ages.

    “Did you ever think as a hearse goes by

    That some of these days you must surely die?

    They’ll take you away in a big black hack;

    They’ll take you away but the won’t bring you back,

    And your eyes drop out and your teeth fall in ,

    And the worms crawl over your mouth and chin;

    And the worms crawl out and the worms crawl in,

    And your limbs drop off limb by limb.

  44. Sammy Says:

    This is how i know it…

    You never know when the hearse rolls by
    That you could be the next to die
    They roll you up in a clean white sheet
    And all goes well for about a week
    Then your coffin begins to leak
    The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out
    Then they play peanuckle on your snout
    They eat your cloths they eat your hat
    They crawl out skinny then crawl out fat!

  45. clinton Says:

    I remember my dad saying this poem to me as a child!! Its a different version than ive seen here.

    Did you ever think as the hearst went by that one of these days your gonna die?

    Its not the cop that carries you off its the coffin that carries you often.

    Now the cemetary its a lonley place they lay you down and throw dirt in your face and when they have covered you nice and neat you can be well assured that its a cool 6ft. The little worms dont seem to mind for through your eyes theyll squirm and wind. And when they have picked you nice and clean they can still play tag in your “OLD WHITE BEAN”

  46. scott Says:

    The version we sang going to grade school in 1966-

    Did you ever see a hearse go by
    and think you’ll be the next to die

    They’ll wrap you up in a bloody sheet
    and toss you down about 80 feet

    The bugs crawl in he bugs crawl out
    the ants play pinnocle on your snout

    You’re OK for about a week
    and then your casket springs a leak

    The pus comes out like whipping cream
    Only if I had spoon!

  47. Joanne Says:

    This is the version I learned as a child.

    Have you ever wondered when a black hearse goes by,
    That you might be the next to die,
    They cover you up with a big white sheet,
    And carry you below six feet deep,
    You’ll be alright for about a week,
    And then your casket will begin to leak,
    The worms crawl in and the worms crawl out,
    The worms play pinochle on your snout,
    They eat the jam between your toes,
    And eat the snot right out of your nose,
    They turn your stomach to a slimy green,
    That tastes just like lime icecream,
    They spread in on some molded bread,
    And that what they eat,
    When you are DEAD!!!!!

  48. Doreen Says:

    My learned version is short and sweet?
    Did you ever think, when a hearse went by,
    that someday day you would die.
    Your eyes fall in and your teeth fall off
    and your hair turns to suaerkraut

  49. Kimberly Says:

    This is the version of the song that I sang as a child. I memorized it as a child while living with my cousin in New York.

    Whenever you see a hearse go by
    Do you think you’re the next to die?

    They wrap you up in a bloody sheet
    and throw you in about six feet deep

    And all goes fine for about a week
    until your coffin begins to leak

    The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out,
    the worms play Pinnacle on your snout

    The little worm that wasn’t shy
    crawls in your ear and out your eye

    Your tummy turns an oozy green
    and oozes out like thick whipped cream

    And this is what you spread on bread
    and eeeeaaaat when you are dead.

    This is not my creation, this is how I learned it many years ago from my cousin in New York (I’m 64 and this is 2012). Thank you Mama Lisa for having this page.

  50. cyndy/arkansas Says:

    This is how we sang it as kids:D

    The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out,
    The worms play pinochle with your snout
    The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out
    Into your stomach, and out your mouth
    They eat your intestines, they scramble your heart
    Now you fell like you’re falling apart
    This is how it is to die
    You end up looking like apple pie!
    Did you ever see a hearse go by,
    And think you could be the next to die?
    They put you in a little box,
    Cover you up with dirt and rocks
    They take you to the family plot
    And there you stay, to stink and rot.
    For you they make a flower wreath
    And chuck you in a hole so deep.
    But maybe you’re not really gone,
    You can hear the mourning song.
    You yank the rope to ring the bell
    You call for God and you curse hell.

  51. Christine Coulter Says:

    Growing up in Norfolk VA in the 60’s and 70’s we sang the song this way:

    Never laugh when a hearse goes by, for you may be the next to die.
    They wrap you up in a big white sheet and bury you down about six feet deep.
    All goes well for about a week, until your coffin begins to leak,
    the worms crawl in, the worms crawl out the worms play pinochle up your snout.
    They eat your eyes they eat your nose, they eat the cheese between your toes. Your stomach turns a gooshy green and pus runs out like whipping cream, you sop it up with a piece of bread and that’s what you eat when you are dead.

  52. Pat Turk Says:

    In the 50s this is how we sang the song in my neighborhood of children of “mill hunkies”.
    If ever you see a hearse go by
    you may be the next to die.
    They wrap you in a big white sheet,
    and dig a hole that’s six feet deep.
    The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out,
    the worms play pinochle on your snout,
    And one little fellow who isn’t so shy
    crawls in your ear and out your eye!
    Your stomach turns a horrible green,
    puss comes out like whipped cream.
    You slap it on a piece of bread,
    that’s what you eat when you are dead!
    (Shave and a haircut, two bits.)

  53. Nancie Says:

    The Hearse Song was in the 1966 movie with Zsa Zsa Gabor, “Picture Mommy Dead”

  54. Ian Wilson Says:

    Used to sing this version at the cub scout camp fire every night at our pack holiday week. I was camp fire leader for the District.

    Have you ever thought when the hearse goes by
    That some fine day you’re going to die

    Chorus…Oo, Oo, Oo, Oo, where will I be a hundred years from now.

    Pushing up the daisies, pushing up the daisies,
    That’s where I’ll be a hundred years from now.

    They wrap you up in a big white sheet,
    Careful to tuck in your hands and your feet.

    Chorus

    They lock you up in a big black box
    Cover you over with lots of rocks.

    Chorus

    The centipedes come in rows and rows
    and lay their eggs between your toes

    Chorus

    The worms crawl in and the worms crawl out,
    They crawl in thin and they crawl out stout.

    Chorus

    Your eyes fall in and your teeth fall out,
    Your brains come trickling down your snout.

    Chorus

    (sing very quietly)
    The moral of this story related
    Is that you should go and get (Shout as loud as you can) CREMATED

  55. Ian Wilson Says:

    Clinton we had another version of the one liner…

    It’s not the cough that carries you off……
    It’s the coffin they carry you off in.

  56. Lisa Says:

    Cool version Ian!

  57. Toby B Says:

    OK my mom taught me this version (as well as I can remember)

    Every day as the Hearse goes by
    One of these days you are going to die

    Chorus OOooeeeooee OOoooahhhoooahh how happy we shall be

    They dress you up in a long white shirt
    then cover you over with lots of dirt

    Chorus

    Your eyes fall in and your teeth fall out
    Your brains come bubbling down your snout

    Chorus

    The worms crawl in and the worms crawl out
    They go in thin and they come out stout

    OOooeeeooee OOoooahhhoooahh how happy we shall be (*shout*) DEAD

    also the Pogues recorded a version on their album “If I should fall from grace with god” (darn good album)

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