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Sing as You Work

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing along with Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers

 

Listen to the rhythm of the joy that life has given you today

Sing as you work and work’ll be play, happy day

To drive your cares away.

Listen to the beating of the happy heart repeating, “Don’t delay!”

Sing as you work and work’ll be play, happy day  to drive your cares away.

Come on and sing! in the sun, we’ll dance in the blue

Come on and sing! in the sun, we’ll travel with you

Come on and shout! in the hills, we’ll join in your song

Come on and shout! in the hills, we’ll help you along, happy day

Listen to the voices of the world as he rejoices to be gay

Sing as you work and work’ll be play, happy day  to drive your cares away.

 

All this world needs to be happy is a song

I have felt the rhythm throbbing in my heart

And I’ve heard the melody the whole day long

Now’s the time to let the music swell and start.

 

Listen to the rhythm of the joy that life has given you today

Sing as you work and work’ll be play, happy day

To drive your cares away.

Listen to the beating of the happy heart repeating, “Don’t delay!”

Sing as you work and work’ll be play, happy day to drive your cares away.

Come on and sing!  in the sun, we’ll dance in the blue

Come on and sing! in the sun, we’ll travel with you

Come on and shout! in the hills, we’ll join in your song

Come on and shout! in the hills, we’ll help you along, happy day

Listen to the voices of the world as he rejoices to be gay

Sing as you work and work’ll be play, happy day to drive your cares away.

 

Sing as you work and work'll be play, happy day

Sing as you work and work'll be play, happy day

Sing as you work and work'll be play, happy day

Sing as you work and work'll be play, happy day

Sing as you work and work'll be play, happy day

 

 

 

 

    For permission to record Bob Nolan's music, contact: The Songwriter’s Guild of America

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