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THE SUN WILL SHINE TOMORROW

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THE SUN WILL SHINE TOMORROW

The sun will shine tomorrow
And the temple bells of truth and honesty ring
The fountain of sweetest memories, affection and love will in people's heart spring.
The rays of brotherhood will rise
We all will pay gratitude's price.

The sun will shine tomorrow
And the flowers of hope blossom
In the thorns of despair, anxiety and awesome.
The seeds of success will flower
God upon us will 'His' blessings shower.

The sun will shine tomorrow
And the windows of opportunities open
The fruits of kindness, grace, pity and mercy ripen.
The curtains of ego, doubtfulness and misunderstandings will be raised
Sincerity, politeness and humanity will be praised.

The sun will shine tomorrow
And the saplings of charity, hospitality, generosity and nobility bloom into a tree
We will from the evils of greed, selfishness, rudeness and anger be free.
The sunshine of happiness, bliss, peace and grace reach us
We in the limelight of cheer, gaiety will bask and be joyous.

The sun will shine tomorrow
And the temple bells of truth and honesty ring
We will demolish the falsehood and treachery's wing.
We will burn in the lava of repentance
It will liberate us from the bonds and shackles of ignorance.

The sun will shine tomorrow
And such a day will come
When we will visualise the sunshine of triumph.
And no more
Sorrows to overcome.

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