Sunny Disposition

Album: Melody Road (2014)
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  • She had a sunny disposition
    He had a cloud that never went away
    She woke up singing almost every day
    It turned him all around
    And brought him in from the pouring rain

    She had a sunny way of talking
    And when she finished she'd always smile
    It wasn't flashy but she had style
    She touched him so profound
    That he was never to be the same

    First she had him walking
    Then he'd be talking
    Walking and talking
    And soon he'd be laughing out loud

    Never would believe it
    If you couldn't see it
    She came to be someone that he could not be without

    They made a sunny combination
    You wouldn't think so but it was true
    They heard a voice coming from the blue
    True love was calling out
    And it was calling them both by name

    Started with a whisper
    Pretty soon he kissed her
    That's when that whisper
    Turn into a mighty roar

    More than just affection
    Made a real connection
    That's when he knew she was what he was missing before

    She gave him plenty inspiration
    And every song he wrote from then til now
    Had something about it explaining how
    She turned his life around

    Before her sunny disposition
    He didn't know where he was going
    She had a funny way of knowing
    And knowing felt so right
    When she became his wife
    She brought her disposition Writer/s: NEIL DIAMOND
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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