Wonderboy

Album: All The Hits and More (1968)
Charted: 36
  • La, la, la

    Wonder boy, life's just begun
    Turn your sorrow into wonder
    Dream alone, don't sigh, don't groan
    Life is only what you wonder

    Day is as light as your brightest dreams
    Night is as dark as you feel it ought to be
    Time is as fast as the slowest thing
    Life is only

    Wonder boy, wonder boy

    Everybody is looking for the sun
    People strain their eyes to see
    But I see you and you see me
    And ain't that wonder?

    Wonder boy, some mother's son
    Life is full of work and [unverified]
    Easy go, life is not real
    Life is only what you conjure

    Wonder boy, and the world is joy
    Every single day it's the real McCoy

    Wonder boy

    Everybody is looking for the sun
    People strain their eyes to see
    But I see you and you see me
    And ain't that wonder?

    Wonder boy, some mother's son
    Turn your sorrow into wonder
    Dream alone, go have your fun
    Life is only, life is only, life is only Writer/s: RAYMOND DOUGLAS DAVIES
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