"Sing a Song of Sunbeams" as written by Johnny Burke and James V. Monaco....
Sing a song of sunbeams,
Let the notes fall where they may;
Sing a song of sunbeams
In a light fantastic way.

Show the blues that you're busy
And you just can't be annoyed,
And they'll up and go,
'Cause they know
They're null and void.

People all are softies for a grin,
You give out, they're gonna give in!
People always love a jolly gent,
They might even make him president!

So sing a song o' sunbeams,
Let the notes fall where they may;
Sing a song of sunbeams
In a light fantastic way.

Life is never perfect,
But it isn't always wrong,
So the only thing
To do is sing
A sunbeam song.

People all are softies for a grin,
You give out, they're gonna give in!
People always love a jolly gent,
They might even make him president!

Why don't you sing a song of sunbeams?
Let the notes fall where they may;
Sing a song of sunbeams
In a light fantastic way.

Life is never perfect,
But it isn't always wrong,
So the only thing
To do is sing
A sunbeam song.


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"Sing a Song of Sunbeams" as written by James V Monaco Johnny Burke

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