Jaime Marvin

a taste of a different world, viewed through the eyes of someone who is a bit lost herself... searching for that reason to keep going

Share a smile

i sit alone every night ~ i like to talk to myself and my little dog spike ~ cause i don't know how to be cool around you ~ and it ain't easy peasy ~ roamin' around in my living room ~ with nothin' but my skivvies on and my favorite tattoo

so when i wake up ~ and get brave enough ~ to put my new face on ~ don't mind these tears ~ don't mind this frown ~ i'm here to make it better

i keep a smile in my pocket ~ for the days when you're blue ~ never know when you might need a hand to get through ~ everybody's got someone ~ or something on their mind ~ we all really need it ~ even when we don't know why

share a smile ~ oh i promise that it's worth it ~ share a smile ~ today

little johnny's got only a few months to live ~ but you could never tell ~ by the way that he gives ~ everything that he's got ~ everything that he don't ~ he's been through it all ~ yeah he knows all the ropes

so if he wakes up ~ and is strong enough ~ he'll help you put your new face on ~ don't mind these tears ~ don't mind this frown ~ he's here to make it better

he keeps a smile in his pocket ~ for the days when you're blue ~ never know when you might need a hand to get through ~ everybody's got someone ~ or something on their mind ~ we all really need it ~ even when we don't know why

share a smile ~ oh i promise that it's worth it ~ share a smile ~ today

now my old friend Merry ~ don't want to be here ~ you see, her friends have all gone ~ and the day is drawing nearer ~ it's time to say goodbye ~ as she thinks about her life ~ and starts to wonder, did i do it alright?

i keep a smile in my pocket ~ for the days when you're blue ~ never know when you might need a hand to get through ~ everybody's got someone ~ or something on their mind ~ we all really need it ~ even when we don't know why

share a smile ~ oh i promise that it's worth it ~ share a smile ~ today

lyrics & music by Jaime Marvin