Cheer Up!

Album: Is There Anybody Out There? (2014)
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  • Cheer up!
    'Cause nothing really matters when you look up into outer space
    It's a great big world and there's no need to cry

    Cheer up!
    We're all interconnected to the reaches of the galaxy
    And my best friend says he came from the sky
    He traveled to the Earth aboard a pink spaceship,
    It's hard for him to hide behind those eyes

    Cheer up!
    The atoms in your body are as old as every dinosaur
    You're a special part of one big grand design

    Cheer up!
    We're all in this together to discover what we're living for
    Thirteen billion years and there's still time

    Every night I wish upon a star so bright,
    Waiting for the others to arrive

    Cheer up!
    'Cause nothing really matters when you look up into outer space
    It's a great big world and there's no need to cry
    Thirteen billion years and there's still time Writer/s: CHAD VACCARINO, IAN AXEL
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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