"Happy" as written by Allen A Shellenberger, Jeremy A Popoff, Alan Jay Popoff and Kevin R Baldes....
It wouldn't be so bad
If I could take a good thing and make it last
Money for the rent
Time that I spent, me and my girlfriend
My heart is broken down again
I blame it on myself
It wouldn't be so bad
If I could take a good thing and make it last
Money in the bank
Gas in the tank, me and my girlfriend
I'm crawling through the crowd again
And I'm looking for myself
It makes me mad
Cuz I wanna be happy so bad
It makes me mad
Cuz I wanna be happy so bad
You don't even care
Stepping out
Take it in
Starting over again
Falling out
Starting over It makes me mad
Cuz I wanna be happy so bad
It makes me mad
Cuz I wanna be happy
It makes me mad
Cuz I wanna be happy so bad
It makes me mad
Cuz I wanna be happy so bad
It makes me mad
I wanna be happy so bad
It makes me mad
I wanna be happy so bad



Lyrics submitted by kevin

"Happy" as written by Alan Jay Popoff Alan Popoff

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    General Commentholy fucking shit dude, LEARN TO SPELL!!
    it really fucking helps out people.

    anyways,
    im pretty sure this song is like how he wishes that he could make good things last, cuz he's always fucking it up.

    'if i could take a good thing and make it last'

    is basically what it says, if he could make all the good things in his life just stay the way that they are, he would be happy.
    zolofon November 02, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentexactly how i feel
    frostedflakes098on January 27, 2005   Link
  • -1
    General CommentITS GR8!!!!!!!!! all the Lit songs, hav such gr8 lyrics, so easy 2 relate 2 ryt??
    its jst such a feel gud song, even if its lyk nuffin i duu is ryt n i wanna b happy but i neva manage 2 duu it ryt ykno, but its jst sooooooooooo gud! X
    hanna_182on February 20, 2005   Link

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