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{{Song||Stevie Wonder}}
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|song = Smile
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|artist = Stevie Wonder
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|album1 = Stevie Wonder:With A Song In My Heart (1963)
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|language = English
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|star = Green
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{{Cover|song=Charlie Chaplin:Smile}}
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{{WP-Song|Smile (Charlie Chaplin song)}}
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<lyrics>
 
<lyrics>
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Smile, though your heart is aching
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Smile, even though it's breaking
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When there are clouds in the sky, you'll get by
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If you smile through all fear and sorrow
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Smile, it may be tomorrow
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You'll find the sun comes shining through for you
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(Find the sun comes shining through)
   
A smiling face is on earth like star
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Light up your face with gladness
A frown can't bring out the beauty that you are
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Hide every trace of sadness
Love within and you'll begin smiling...
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Although a tear may be ever so near
There're brighter days ahead
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That's the time you must keep on trying
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Smile, what's the use of crying
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You'll find that life is still worthwhile
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If you just smile
   
Don't mess your face up with better tears
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(Light up your face with gladness)
'Cause life is gonna be what it is
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Light up your face with gladness
It's okay, please don't delay from smiling...
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(Hide every trace of sadness)
There're brighter days ahead
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Hide of trace of sadness
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(Although a tear may be ever so near)
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Although a tear may be ever so near
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Now that's the time you must keep on trying
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Smile, what's the use of crying
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You'll find that life is still worthwhile
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If you just smile
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(Smile, though your heart is aching)
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Smile
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(Smile)
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Smile
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</lyrics>
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{{CreditBox
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|writer = Charlie Chaplin, Alan Parsons, John Turner
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}}
   
Bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
Di ti bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
 
A smiling face you don't have to see
 
'Cause it's as joyful as a Christmas tree
 
Love within and you'll begin smiling...
 
There're brighter days ahead
 
 
Love's not competing it's on your side
 
You're in life picture so why must you cry
 
So for a friend please begin to smile - Please
 
There're brighter days ahead
 
 
Bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
 
Please smile for me
 
 
Bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
 
Please smile for me
 
 
Bum - smile
 
Bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
Bum bum di ti bum
 
</lyrics>
 
 
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Latest revision as of 22:24, September 30, 2018

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Smile

This song is by Stevie Wonder and appears on the album With A Song In My Heart (1963).

This song is a cover of "Smile" by Charlie Chaplin.
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Smile
Smile, though your heart is aching
Smile, even though it's breaking
When there are clouds in the sky, you'll get by
If you smile through all fear and sorrow
Smile, it may be tomorrow
You'll find the sun comes shining through for you
(Find the sun comes shining through)

Light up your face with gladness
Hide every trace of sadness
Although a tear may be ever so near
That's the time you must keep on trying
Smile, what's the use of crying
You'll find that life is still worthwhile
If you just smile

(Light up your face with gladness)
Light up your face with gladness
(Hide every trace of sadness)
Hide of trace of sadness
(Although a tear may be ever so near)
Although a tear may be ever so near
Now that's the time you must keep on trying
Smile, what's the use of crying
You'll find that life is still worthwhile
If you just smile
(Smile, though your heart is aching)
Smile
(Smile)
Smile

Credits

Written by:

Charlie Chaplin, Alan Parsons, John Turner

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