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The Beauty of Your Smile

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing Along with the Sons of the Pioneers

 

There’s beauty in each little flow’r,

Each star of a midnight sky.

And there’s beauty in the lonely cloud

That floats so lazily by.

Each loveliness that nature holds

I’ve seen them all awhile,

But she has nothing to compare

To the beauty of your smile.

 

Many weary miles I roam

To the far off land I’ve known,

But I travel on

In the beauty of your smile, dear.

Oh, my life was sometimes sad,

But you’ve made my poor heart glad

When you changed it all

With the beauty of your smile, dear.

 

When they needed angels ‘way up there in heaven,
They came and took you, darlin’, to the sky.

 

Then they placed a silver star

Just to tell me where you are

And each night it shines

With the beauty of your smile, dear.

 

When they needed angels ‘way up there in heaven,
They came and took you, darlin’, to the sky.

 

Then they placed a silver star

Just to tell me where you are

And each night it shines

With the beauty of your smile, dear. 

 

(Demo performed by Dave Bourne.)

 

 

 

 

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