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Pick Yourself Up

This song is by Ella Fitzgerald and appears on the album Ella Swings Brightly With Nelson (1962).

Nothing's impossible, I have found
For when my chin is on the ground
I pick myself up, dust myself off
And start all over again

Don't lose your confidence if you slip
Be grateful for a pleasant trip
And pick yourself up, dust yourself off
Start all over again

Work like a soul inspired
Till the battle of the day is won
You may be sick and tired
But you'll be a man, my son

Will you remember the famous men
Who had to fall to rise again?
So, take a deep breath, pick yourself up, dust yourself off
Start all over again

Work like a soul inspired
Till the battle of the day is won
You may be sick and tired
But you'll be a man, my son

Will you remember the famous men
Who had to fall to rise again?
So take a deep breath, pick yourself up, dust yourself off
And start right over again

Credits

Written by:

Dorothy Fields; Jerome Kern

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