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LEARN

CHORUS:
Learn how to laugh,
It's easier than being sad,
Learn how to love what you've got in life,
Quit worrying about what you don't have,
Learn how to treat each and every day,
As the precious gift it is,
And while you're alive and well,
Learn how to live.

1.
We all struggle day in, day out, workin' so hard to get by,
We climb the ladder of success, but that thing only goes so high,
And then the day comes, and you look around, you wonder where the time all went,
You wonder where your hours, and weeks and years were spent.
Then you start to panic, because you thought by now, that you should have had more,
And you start to wonder if you're any further ahead then before,
But just spend some time with a friend of mine whose life is slipping away,
She'll tell you all you've got is more than enough, and then she'll likely say.

CHORUS:

2.
Just think about those people in their pain in New Orleans,
Remember the day of the twin towers, don't you know what lucky means?
You've got everything you'll ever need right here within your reach,
If you'd quit running around in circles you'd hear the lesson's life's trying to teach,
And you'd take some time today, and go out and play, with the children that you have,
And when you're finished go pick up the phone and give a call to Mom and Dad,
Then put your arms around your partner, tell them what you mean to say,
In this life we have no guarantees, but we sure have today!

CHORUS:
REPEAT:
Learn how to laugh,
It's easier than being sad,
Learn how to love what you've got in life,
Quit worrying about what you don't have,
Learn how to treat each and every day,
As the precious gift it is,
And while you're alive and well,
Learn how to live….learn how to live….learn how to live…

©2005 Lynda Dobbin-Turner

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