The version of this song that I have is by Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner. As such, it is quite hilarious. It is available on their compilation album, Spaced Out, which can still be bought at Amazon

If I had a hammer,
I'd hammer in the morning
I'd hammer in the evening,
All over this land.

I'd hammer out danger,
I'd hammer out a warning,
I'd hammer out love between my brothers and my sisters,
All over this land.

If I had a bell,
I'd ring it in the morning,
I'd ring it in the evening,
All over this land.

I'd ring out danger,
I'd ring out a warning
I'd ring out love between my brothers and my sisters,
All over this land.

If I had a song,
I'd sing it in the morning,
I'd sing it in the evening,
All over this land.

I'd sing out danger,
I'd sing out a warning
I'd sing out love between my brothers and my sisters,
All over this land.


At this point, our friend Mr. Spock chimes in with the voice-over (not singing), as the US. National Anthem swells in the background
Well I have a hammer,
And I have a bell,
And I have a song to sing, all over this land.

It's the hammer of Justice,
It's the bell of Freedom,
and the song is the song of Love. Love between all of my brothers and love between all of my sisters,
All over this land.

Words by Lee Hays
Music by Pete Seeger (1949)
TRO - (c) 1958 (renewed) & 1962 (renewed) Ludlow Music, Inc., New York, NY

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