1 A little bit of sunshine,
A little word or two,
Just falling as the moments
Suggest the way to you;
Ah! these will change the features
Of all the world’s sad face,
And give some soul the courage
To stand within its place.
A little bit of sunshine,
From out a heart of love.
2 A little bit of sunshine,
Enough to throw a smile,
Upon some down-cast spirit,
His sorrows to beguile;
Ah! this is what is needed
More often than we know,
By those whose hearts are aching
Along their paths below. [Refrain]
3 These little bits of sunshine
Caught from the skies above,
Just falling with the moments,
From out a heart of love;
Such service truly given
To each will surely bring,
Its blessing here, and yonder,
From Christ, our Lord and King. [Refrain]
Born: 1865, Pennsylvania.
Buried: Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania.
Chambers, a minister, was living in Camden, New Jersey, in 1905, and Palmyra, New Jersey, in 1930, according to census records. His works include:
At the Beautiful Gate (Burk & McFetridge Company, 1895)
Harold Payson; Or, A Life of Lowly Ministry (F. T. Neely, 1899)
The Devil of Today: His Play Between the False and the Good, 1906
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