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The Happy Skylark

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1 The happy little Skylark
Is busy all day long,
And as she works she whistles,
This lovely, happy song;
She sings so soft and free.
Whate'er is hers to do that day
She does it very cheerfully.

2 She takes whate'er life brings her
And sings a song of praise,
Her heart indeed is thankful
And happy are her days.
She sings so soft and free.
Whate'er is hers to do that day
She does it very cheerfully.


Source: Children's Hymnal #221

Author: Goldie Zion

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First Line: The happy little Skylark
Title: The Happy Skylark
Author: Goldie Zion (Altered)
Refrain First Line: She sings so soft and free

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Children's Hymnal #221

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