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103. Always Happy

Sunday I am happy, Monday full of joy,
Tuesday I’ve a peace within the devil can’t destroy;
Wednesday and Thursday I’m walking in the light,
Friday is a heav’n below, and so is Saturday night.

Text Information
First Line: Sunday I am happy
Title: Always Happy
Author: H. Cole
Language: English
Publication Date: 1934
Tune Information
Name: [Sunday I am happy]
Arranger: Geo. W. Cooke
Key: C Major
Copyright: Copyright owned by Geo. W. Cooke

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