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Parallel Lines lyrics

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I:

saw a blind man He,
was a kind man Helping,
a fellow along One,
could not see One,
could not walk But,
they both were humming this song When;

you're smiling When, you're smiling The,
whole world smiles with you When,
you're laughing When, you're laughing The,
sun comes shining through But,
when you're crying you bring on the rain So,
stop your sighing be happy again Keep,
on smiling 'cause when you're smiling The,
whole world smiles with you I.

used to worry I,
used to hurry Each,
time it started to rain Now,
I see light Learned,
wrong from right And,
you'll never hear me complain When;

you're smiling When, you're smiling The,
whole world smiles with you When,
you're laughing When, you're laughing The,
sun comes shining through But,
when you're crying you bring on the rain So,
stop your sighing be happy again Keep,
on smiling 'cause when you're smiling



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