Be Happy Children

Album: Sonik Kicks (2012)
  • Oh my loved ones
    Look long into the night
    Your daddy's gone
    But only for a while
    And in the darkness
    Of God's great sky
    Know my heart is always with you
    And there's really no need to cry

    Come on
    Think upon
    Look along
    Be happy children

    Sleep now safe and tight
    Think with such joy
    Of what tomorrow might bring
    Be happy children

    For my love knows no limits
    When it comes to loving you
    And my heart is always with you
    And I am always by your side

    Sleep now safe and tight
    Think with such joy
    Of what tomorrow might bring
    Be happy children

    Think upon
    Look along
    Be happy children Writer/s: SIMON DINE, PAUL WELLER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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