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God Made This Day For Me

Jes' the sort o' weather and jes' the sort of sky
Which seem to suit my fancy, with the white clouds driftin' by
On a sea o' smooth blue water. Oh, I ain't an egotist,
With an 'I' in all my thinkin', but I'm willin' to insist

No Children!

No children in the house to play—
It must be hard to live that way!
I wonder what the people do

Just A Boy

Get to understand the lad-
He's not eager to be bad;
If the right he always knew,
He would be as old as you.

Making The House A Home

Here's our story, page by page,
Happy youth and middle-age,
Smile and tear-drop, weal and woe
Such as all who live must know-


You are the fellow that has to decide
Whether you'll do it or toss it aside.
You are the fellow who makes up your mind
Whether you'll lead or will linger behind


One never knows
How far a word of kindness goes;
One never sees
How far a smile of friendship flees.
Down, through the years,

The Real Successes

You think that the failures are many,
You think the successes are few,
But you judge by the rule of the penny,
And not by the good that men do.

What A Baby Costs

'How much do babies cost?' said he
The other night upon my knee;
And then I said: 'They cost a lot;

When Sorrow Comes

When sorrow comes, as come it must,
In God a man must place his trust.
There is no power in mortal speech
The anguish of his soul to reach,


I think my country needs my vote,
I know it doesn't need my throat,
My lungs and larynx, too;
And so I sit at home at night

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