Judy Garland Quote

Judy Garland

"Smile though your heart is achingSmile, even though it's breaking When there are clouds, in the sky, you'll get byIf you smile, through your fear and sorrowSmile, and there'll be tomorrowYou'll see the sun come shining throughIf you'll....Light up your face with gladnessHide every trace of sadnessAlthough a tear, may be ever so near,That's the time, you must keep on tryingSmile, what's the use of crying?You'll find that life is still worthwhile, If you'll just....Light up your face with gladnessHide every trace of sadnessAlthough a tear, may be ever so near,That's the time, you must keep on tryingSmile, what's the use of crying?You'll find that life is still worthwhile, If you'll just....Smile" Judy Garland
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