"We'll Sing in the Sunshine" as written by and Gale Garnett....
(Gale Garnett)

We'll sing in the sunshine
We'll laugh every day
We'll sing in the sunshine
And I'll be on my way

I will never love you
The cost of love's too dear
But though I'll never love you
I'll live with you one year

And we will sing in the sunshine
We'll laugh every day
We'll sing in the sunshine
And I'll be on my way

I'll sing to you each morning
I'll kiss you every night
But darlin', don't cling to me
I'll soon be out of sight

But we can sing in the sunshine
We'll laugh every day
We'll sing in the sunshine
And I'll be on my way

My daddy he once told me
Hey, don't you love you any man
Just take what they can give you
And give but what you can

And you can sing in the sunshine
We'll laugh every day
We'll sing in the sunshine
And I'll be on my way

And when our year has ended
And I have gone away
I'll often speak about you
And this is what I'll say

You know we sang in the sunshine
We laughed every day
We sang in the sunshine
Then I went on my way



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"We'll Sing in the Sunshine" as written by Gale Garnett

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