What if skies are cloudy and the radiant sun

What if skies are cloudy and the radiant sun

Author: Florence A. Jones
Tune: [What if skies are cloudy and the radiant sun]
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 What if skies are cloudy and the radiant sun
Only for a little while hath shone!
Banish thoughts of sadness, drive the gloom away,
Make a little sunshine of your own.

Refrain:
Make a little sunshine of your own,
Cheer the weary, sad and lone;
When the skies are cloudy and the day is drear,
Make a little sunshine of your own.

2 Make a little sunshine, love can find a way;
Never mind if summer days be flown;
Some days must be cloudy, and the happy heart
Always can make sunshine of its own. [Refrain]

3 Make a little sunshine for the lone and sad,
Walking where life’s wintry winds have blown;
You may be a sunbeam lighting up their way;
Make a little sunshine of your own. [Refrain]

Source: His Worthy Praise #20

Author: Florence A. Jones

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Text Information

First Line: What if skies are cloudy and the radiant sun
Author: Florence A. Jones
Refrain First Line: Make a little sunshine of your own

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Instances

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His Worthy Praise #20TextAudioPage Scan
Songs of Help: for the Sunday school, evangelistic and church services #72Page Scan
Songs of Redemption #d235



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