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songs of a happy life: the complete text

songs of a happy life: the complete text







1) Wheiii! Wheeiii! Wheeiii!




..ga..ga..mama…
and dada…gaga…
whaare! whei! whei!
ma and papa, gaga…
it’s me...me…me…your baby..
..ga..ga..ga..
whaare! whei! whei!



it’s me, your baby
soft as lily
cool as dew;
bright as light
and tough as nails;
cuddly as a koala
and weak as a joey


..ga..ga..mama…
and dada…gaga…
whaare! whei! whei!
ma and papa, gaga…
it’s me...me…me…your baby..
..ga..ga..ga..
whaare! whei! whei!




it’s me your sweetie
all you ever wanted:
your precious, precious, precious
your meaning
your darling
and purpose
here on earth




..ga..ga..mama…
and dada…gaga…
whaare! whei! whei!
ma and papa, gaga…
it’s me...me…me…your baby..
..ga..ga..ga..
whaare! whei! whei!





it’s me come to you
it’s me your precious pearl
your joy and light:
Hi mum and dad
it’s me,
your darling bubs



..ga..ga..mama…
and dada…gaga…
whaare! whei! whei!
ma and papa, gaga…
it’s me...me…me…your baby..
..ga..ga..ga..
whaare! whei! whei!




I promise nothing
but joy comes
automatic;
and you got to promise me –
mummy and daddy,
take care and love me;
remember always:
you brought me here;
I didn’t ask to come in






....ga..ga..mama…
and dada…gaga…
whaare! whei! whei!
ma and papa, gaga…
it’s me...me…me…your baby..
..ga..ga..ga..
whaare! whei! whei!










2) love being kids





love being kids;
love just growing;
love all the fun
and all the lollies


we play in the fields
and we play at the creek;
we play computer games
and watch TV and DVDs


mum sends me to school
and there’s a line
of 4-wheel drives
outside school;
dad reads me stories
and mum and dad turn
the lights off for me
when I’m ready to sleep



O just love being kids;
love just growing;
love all the fun
and all the lollies



we share lunch
and compare notes:
and we decide amongst ourselves
between classes, which is better:
peanut butter sandwich
or bread with tomatoes and onions?




we get nana visiting us
or we visit nana and grandpa;
and we visit our neighbors and
we often go places
though the beach is always my favorite



love being kids;
love just growing;
love all the fun
and all the lollies




we got kids from everywhere now:
we got Tom, and Mingxi and Ravi;
and we got Pedro and Akito and Lucy;
and we’re all one big bunch of kids
loving it being kids and growing




oh just love being kids;
love just growing;
love all the fun
and all the lollies






3) young love




I was broken, a little bit out of joint
but you put me together
still you keep me whole


I was the face of misery
and the voice of sorrow
but you put cheer in my heart
and light in my eyes:
and yes, yes, the bounce in my walk….



I was broken, a little bit out of joint
but you put me together
still you keep me whole



I was crumbling and I was crying
but you put your arms round me
and drew me close;
you made distance disappear
and once again I knew the world…




I was broken, a little bit out of joint
but you put me together
still you keep me whole



I was far far gone
but you brought me back;
there was despair round me
but you made it go away
you made it fly away
with just your touch and smile





I was broken, a little bit out of joint
but you put me together
still you keep me whole










4) days of the parents




you and I, we bring forth
good offspring
a new world
we bring to the old:
bright new lives
we bring forth



we bring forth children
who laugh and jump
and bring forth angels
who are a joy to the world



and our days turn to years
as a bright energy
surrounds each hour;
kids grow into adults
and we see and live
what generations have done





you and I, we bring forth
good offspring
a new world
we bring to the old:
bright new lives
we bring forth




you and I have brought
forth things like the Divine makes worlds
and what our own parents gave us
likewise we have done for our children



you and I, we bring forth
good offspring
a new world
we bring to the old:
bright new lives
we bring forth











5) the years pass well




the years pass well
and grace pervades each moment;
time flies
and all things take good form



no doubt trying days come
and hard times too
but we keep our heads high
and hold on to each blessing
till each event coming our way
is none but radiant



the kids grow fast
and the expenses too grow in size;
the tasks are many
and the invoices always due:
but each we take it in our stride
and slowly but surely
things come easier and smooth




as we’ve moved
so do those dear to us grow
and they too find their way
in the world, find their loves
and set up their families



the years pass well
and grace pervades each moment;
time flies
and all things take good form




it is good all these years
they pass sometimes
like fighter-jets in the sky:
still the times are good
and life comes with many blessings



the years pass well
and grace pervades each moment;
time flies
and all things take good form










6) quiet and calm




cheers to all
who helped me make a good life;
thanks to all
who were part of my time,
joy and smiles


it’s quiet and calm now
easy and smooth
in these my mature years;
a time of grace
and the simple life:
the days are gentle
and the nights heal



cheers to all
who helped me make a good life;
thanks to all
who were part of my time,
joy and smiles



all my deeds and thoughts
return like the gentle nights
of the full moon;
and my family and loves
surround me
like the petals of a flower




these are restful days
full of ease and grace;
and though my limbs are weary
and my eyes not as clear,
still these are days of harmony
and radiant blessings




cheers to all
who helped me make a good life;
thanks to all
who were part of my time,
joy and smiles







_____________________

epilogue to the series:


I make no memory of things past
and so all’s that left is clarity

Submitted: Sunday, November 09, 2008


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