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What Happiness! - Aleksandr Vladimirovich Bogdanovich lyrics

Maybe in the start we would laugh*
Maybe in the end we would cry
But I believe in every book I've ever read
And what you said

And the moon was in the sky
And the tears did fill my eyes
And the memories they all had passed
But in my head they'll always last
And in the end before I could be
I'd shown the world
What it means to me
Believe it or not, I made them see
This is what happiness means to me

Will I ever see your face again
Will I ever touch your skin
I'll never stop loving everything you do
But not me and you

And the moon was in the sky
And the tears did fill my eyes
And the memories they all had passed
But in my head they'll always last
And in the end before I could be
I'd shown the world
What it means to me
Believe it or not, I made them see
This is what happiness means to me

And in the end, I made them see
This is what happiness means to me

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