Joyful

  • Doctors' notes, swinging votes, but I can't decide
    If I stay here much longer, surely will die
    Lived the life full of vice wwith passion and crime
    Can't say I'm perfect, but I certainly tried

    To be joyful, joyful
    Joyful and happy, sunny and bright
    To be joyful, joyful
    Joyful and happy, just being alive

    No one left, no one except my demons and I
    No one to forgive me, I'm running out of time
    And it's up to me to try and meet my fate with a smile
    And it might sound silly, but I still will try

    To be joyful, joyful
    Joyful and happy, sunny and bright
    To be joyful, joyful
    Joyful and happy, just being alive

    Joyful, joyful
    Oooh, oooh

    To be joyful, joyful, joyful, joyful
    Oooh, oooh, (oh yeah)
    Joyful (joyfull to enjoy), joyful, (I have found my joy)
    Joyful and happy, sunny and bright Writer/s: Adam Levin, Casey Harris, Sam Harris, Russell Tully Flynn
    Publisher: Z-TOWN MUSIC
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