You Laugh The World Laugh With You
Author: Francis Duggan
You laugh the World laugh with you, you cry you cry alone
An old saying still quite relevant and it's relevance well known
You feel down and dejected don't seem to have a mate
But when you feel in joyous mood with you they celebrate.
You laugh the World laugh with you the World a happier place
And people feel attracted to bright and happy face
But you look sour and moody you've had a rotten day
They do not wish to know you they look the other way.
You laugh the World laughs with you your friends they multiply
And everyone seems happy you spread the gift of joy
But if you feel sad and teary eyed few stop to say hello
They too have their own problems and your's don't wish to know.
You cry and none cry with you, you laugh the World laughs too
And we make our own happiness so happen to be true
A smile won't cost you money for such you do not pay
So smile and say good morning and make somebody's day.
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