"People Should Smile More" as written by Crispin Hunt, Adam Argyle and Newton Faulkner....
People should smile more
I'm not saying there's nothing to cry for
But you've got everything laid out for you
Just close your eyes, take a deep breath and start another war

Keep buying, keep moving, this city is sitting
Next to me, we're laid out, it's gonna come
One thing is certain

I can't change the world
'Cause tryin' to make a difference makes it worse
It's just an observation I can't ignore
That people should smile more

And people should smile more
But the lights are so bright that they blind you
Just one more meaningless scientific breakthrough
The more we know, the less we care whilst damaged on the way

Keep moving, keep buying, this city is sitting
Next to me, well laid out, it's gonna come
One thing is certain

I can't change the world
'Cause tryin' to make a difference makes it worse
It's just an observation I can't ignore
That people could smile more, people should smile more

I can't change the world
'Cause tryin' to make a difference makes it worse
It's just an observation I can't ignore
That people could smile more, people should smile more

I can't change the world
'Cause tryin' to make a difference makes it worse
It's just an observation I can't ignore
That people could smile more, people should smile more


Lyrics submitted by SparksOfGold

"People Should Smile More" as written by Newton Faulkner Adam Stuart Argyle

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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    General Commentthis is a great song
    its just how i feel about things

    it true people should smile more
    thinkpeaceon September 03, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis man is as pure genius, (musically speaking) and this song is so true!!!!!!!!!!
    loves lifeon October 01, 2007   Link

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