"I Should Be Laughing" as written by Patty Smyth and Glen Burtnick....
Somewhere in a scrapbook
There's a rose you gave to me
And a photograph that's torn in half
And all that's left is me

And happily ever after darlin'

Well that came after I was gone
They tell you that, you can't go back
Then why can't I go on

When I should be laughing at this joke
Dressed up as love disguised as hope
Isn't it funny after all this time
A tear is falling, when I should be laughing

Sunsets like a painting
Windows like a frame
The night comes in and I begin
To see it all again

When I should be laughing at this joke
The damage done the words I spoke
Isn't it funny after all this time
Regret can find me when I should be laughing
I should be laughing at life and all of the tricks that it plays
I should be laughing at time and how fast it's slipping away

Somewhere in a scrapbook
There's a rose you gave to me
With one last look I close the book
And let the past just be

Cause I should be laughing at this joke
Dressed up as love disguised as hope
Isn't it funny after all this time
A tear is falling, when I should be laughing

Isn't it funny, I should be laughing
And isn't it funny
I should be laughing
La la la la la la
La la la la la la...



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"I Should Be Laughing" as written by Patty Smyth Glen Burtnik

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