"Nobody's Problems" is the closing song written by the Sherman Brothers from Bedknobs and Broomsticks. The song was sung by Miss Eglantine Price (Angela Lansbury) after Professor Emelius Brown (David Tomlinson) left to go back to London but removed from the US Release and later restored for the complete cut of the film.


No one to miss if he's gone too long
No one to comfort if things go wrong
That's how I want it to be
Nobody's problems for me

No one who needs me to ease his pain
No one to call me his ball and chain
Nobody's problems for me
And that's how I choose it to be

No problems and strife
In this life that I lead
No tempers to humor
No hungers to feed

No one to warm when the winter's cold
No one to pamper; no hand to hold
And that's how I choose it to be
No, nobody's problems for me

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