Happiness is anyone and anything at all…

If I had to choose two small things that impact my emotions the most (but do not include people or God), it would have to be singing and words.  So the ultimate impact for me comes from lyrics.  And since I recently ran around on Broadway, I’ve been in quite the belting-to-showtunes-in-the-car mood.  So many great memories and feelings can be brought up from so many songs!  So every now and then, I might share some lyrics with you, my three adoring fans, that coincide with how I am feeling. 

So here are a few from You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,  which I love mostly for the memories I have, but also for their adorableness.  It can be so easy to forget how much joy can come from the simplest things.  How I wish I was still a little kid sometimes!

I’m so happy! That little red-headed girl dropped her pencil.
It has teeth marks all over it. She nibbles her pencil.
She’s human! It hasn’t been such a bad day after all.

Happiness is finding a pencil
Pizza with sausage
Telling the time

Happiness is learning to whistle
Tying your shoe for the very first time

Happiness is playing the drum in your own school band
And happiness is walking hand in hand

Happiness is two kinds of ice cream
Knowing a secret
Climbing a tree

Happiness is five different crayons
Catching a firefly…
Setting him free!

Happiness is being alone every now and then
And happiness is coming home again

Happiness is morning and evening
Daytime and night time too
For happiness is anyone and anything at all
That’s loved by you

Happiness is having a sister
Sharing a sandwich
Getting along

Happiness is singing together when the day is through
And happiness is those who sing with you

Happiness is morning and evening
Daytime and nighttime too
For happiness is anyone and anything at all
That’s loved by you

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