well the sun is out and i sure feel fine
the birds are singing just for me.
oh theres a fresh cool breeze and it feels so nice
i think i just might climb a tree.

well the air smells good and the clouds are gone
the grass is soft and cool and green
well i'm so glad to be alive today
i think God's world is pretty keen.

oh-oh-oh, la-la-la, i'm so glad to be alive
oh-oh-oh, la-la-la, life is good

oh-oh-oh, la-la-la, Jesus is living in my life
He took my sadness and i know its gone for good.

hmm...theres so much to do, just can't choose
you see the world is my playground
well i could fly a kite, or fingerpaint, or simply jump and dance around

some people pout and whine, and wear a frown
but frowny faces just aren't me
i'd rather smile and sing this happy song about what Jesus did for me!

oh-oh-oh, la-la-la, i'm so glad to be alive
oh-oh-oh, la-la-la, life is good.

oh-oh-oh, la-la-la, Jesus is living in my life
He took my sadness and i know its gone for good.

and if sometimes the stormclouds come and rain falls from the sky
if lightning strikes the mailbox in my yard, and i'm afraid that i will die
i'm never scared for long cause i recall from fear my Jesus set me free.
if i die, i'll go to heaven where He's built a funner place for me.

oh-oh-oh, la-la-la, i'm so glad to be alive
oh-oh-oh, la-la-la, God is good.

oh-oh-oh, la-la-la, Jesus is living in my life
He took my sadness and i know its gone for good!


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The Happy-smiley Song song meanings
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    General Commentwoo hoo for this song.....because its so darn happy!
    iheartfifon September 02, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI like that the song is about Jesus and all, but those lyrics just don't tell me anything at all.
    Drake1982on September 03, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti think its saying that when you have Jesus, theres no need to be sad
    iheartfifon March 22, 2003   Link

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