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Smile
Composer
Geoffrey Parsons, John Turner
Lyricist
Charlie Chaplin
Published
July 8, 2005
Album
Caught in the Act (2005)
Release
July 8, 2005
Recording
Royalties
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"Smile" is a song that Michael Bublé performed for his live album, Caught in the Act.

"Smile" was written by Charlie Chaplin and first recorded by Nat King Cole in 1954. Michael Bublé has yet to record this song on a studio album.

Lyrics Edit

Smile
Though your heart is aching
Smile
Even though it's breaking
When there are clouds
In the sky,
You'll get by
If you smile
Through your fear and sorrow
Smile
And maybe tomorrow
You'll see the sun
Come shining through
For you

Light up your face with gladness
Hide every trace of sadness
Although a tear
May be ever so near
And if you smile
Through your fear and sorrow
Smile
And maybe tomorrow
You'll see the life
Is still worthwhile
If you just smile

Smile
Though your heart is aching
Smile
Even though it's breaking
Cause when there are clouds
In the sky,
You'll get by
And if you smile
Through your fear and sorrow
Smile
And maybe tomorrow
You'll see the sun
Come rocking through
For you

Light up your face with gladness
Hide every trace of sadness
Although a tear
May be ever so near
And if you smile
Through your fear and sorrow
You'll see that life
Is still worth-while
If you just smile

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