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Uploaded on Jul 31, 2010

Judy Garland sang many songs about 'Smiles'. This is perhaps the most rare ... it is not the song you may be thinking of. ... Performed on 'Jack Oakie's College' radio program, April 6, 1937. Judy was 15 years old.
Included with this rare audio are seldom seen photos.
'Smiles' to all who Love Judy.

Words by J. Will Callahan, music by Lee S. Roberts, 1917.

If you just stop to think, here's a lesson for you
What a word or a smile can convey
With a word you can make someone happy or blue
With a smile you can make them sad or gay
So be careful what you say
And be careful how you smile
It's so easy for us to make
Someone's life worthwhile
There are smiles, that make us happy
There are smiles, that make us blue
There are smiles, that steal away the teardrops
Like the Sunbeams steal away the dew
There are smiles, that have a tender meaning
That the eyes of love alone can see
But the smiles, that fill my life with sunshine
Are the smiles that you gave to...
But the smiles, that fill my life with sunshine
Are the smiles that you gave to me!


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