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Smiling On (Rocky Mountain)

Mountain Songs on December 07, 2013 08:43

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    SMILING ON
    Written by Rocky Mountain 9/11/1977 Demo Recorded Spring 1979

    Blah blah another demo from the late ‘70’s, blah blah blah sorry for the recording quality…have I mentioned any of this before?
    Hope you folks enjoy it as much as the others. Thanks so much for listening. (GR)


    Happy is as happy goes
    Sometimes throwing a lifeline round your toes
    When you feel it in your lips
    Then you’ll laugh right down to your hips

    If you stay Smiling On
    When you feel love has gone
    Just you stay Smiling on
    Ask your sister, Ask your brother
    They will tell you love will come another day

    Hearts are aching every day
    People looking for love each and every way
    When you feel it, It’ll come
    And you’ll laugh right down to your bum

    Sadness is as sadness comes
    Like there ain’t no teeth inside your gums
    Then you find that recipe
    And you’ll laugh right down to your knees

    Love is lovely when it’s there
    But when it’s gone don’t you give a care
    When it comes treat it like a dream
    And you’ll laugh right down to your knees

    If you stay Smiling On
    When you feel love has gone
    Just you stay Smiling On
    Ask your sister, Ask your brother
    They will tell you love will come another day

    Brian Reeves: Vocals / Guitar / Percussion

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