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Just Smile

Just Smile
Written by D.W.Breidenthal

Just smile 
For a while...you have a # to dial
I'll clear out your pile...I'll fly with you above the cemented tile
Unto the bright blue sky...

Everything's gonna be just fine
You have a special place in this heart of mine
Just smile 
Just keeping trying x3
With all your remaining might
I'll help you discover God's light 
In no time, we'll get through the callous night
Just smile
Everything's gonna be alright 
Just smile
Paste a smile on your once frowning face
And have a positive, healthy mindset, oh buddy
Just smile,
No need for weeping...
no more sorrow...wait for tomorrow
And we'll receive perpetual delight
In no time, we'll get through the callous night
Just smile one more time (last time)
It's not crime
To smile just this time 
Just smile once more
Before you shut the front door
Just smile 
Embrace a positive mindset 
Just smile
And I'll get you out of the net
And pay up all your debt

Just smile once more
There's more hope in store, I'm pretty sure...I'm absolutely sure...I'm positively sure of it...

in no time, we'll be set free from captivity 
My feet are soaking wet
But they'll dry out I bet
So don't be upset
Just smile
And forget the regret
Of rising debt 

Just smile
And I'll disentangle you out of the lament net
And pay up all your debt

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