It's in the church, but not in the steeple;  It's in the parson, but...

It's in the church, but not in the steeple;
It's in the parson, but not in the people;
It's in the oyster, but not in the shell;
It's in the clapper, but not in the bell.

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It's in the church, but not in the steeple;  It's in the parson, but...
It's in the church, but not in the steeple;  It's in the parson, but...
It's in the church, but not in the steeple;  It's in the parson, but...

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