Smile

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Genres: Pop, R&B, Reggae
Tags: Smile, Children, Love, Life, God, Save The Children, Peace

© 2015. All Rights Reserved
Smile, dedicated to all the innocent children caught up in the unjust wars around the world

Lyrics:
SMILE
Written by Richard Shekari performed by Rex Razor
June 2015
Intro:
No one understands your struggle
I’m not saying I do but I know one who does. Just smile

CHORUS
Oh yea children all over the world
Wear a smile ‘course God gon’ wipe your tears
Oh yea people around the world
Embrace peace don’t let hate take your joy (2x)
V1
Dance in the rain
Course we conquered the world
Relax child
Everything’s gonna be alright
It maybe dark
But tomorrow will come
We’ll fly high
With our wings into the light
Like kings we’ll match along
With our crowns
Singing praise yeah to the light
You’re a queen
Don’t let them get to ya
Wear a smile
Everything’s gonna be OKAY.
CHORUS
Oh yea children all over the world
Wear a smile course God gon’ wipe your tears
Oh yea people around the world
Embrace peace don’t let hate take your joy.
V2
I know you’re tired
But hold on strong
Don’t you worry
God knows what you’re going through
You’re not alone
Keep the faith oh brother
There’s hope, just smile
God is by your side
Like kings we’ll match along
With our crowns
Singing praise yeah to the light
You’re a queen
Don’t let them get to ya
Wear a smile
Everything’s gonna be OKAY.

Outro
I can fly
yeah
I can hear his voice
yeah
Yes, you can fly
You can hear his voice(2x)
We can fly, we gon’fly we gon’fly away

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Download: 320.0 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo), 6.91 MB
Playing time (m:ss): 3:01
Date uploaded: Jul 05, 2015, 10:02 EDT Show more info
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “Smile”:
Hey Richard,

I was having some keyboard trouble this weekend and couldn't get it fixed because of the holiday (4th of July).

I think the overall sound is much richer this way, but I feel as if the track could benefit from a live drum track instead of a programmed one, in my opinion. Especially because it has the religion theme and I associate that with more of a live drum sound. -Shoham
 Jul 06, 2015, 10:14 EDT
Richard Shekari 
yeah i guess you are right, well out here we don't get that lucky to roll live drums etc so we use what's available and as you know, this type of concept is new to me. i am a rapper who tries to sing his own chorus mostly circular kind of tracks but this song "smile2 is sort of a new approach that's why you hear the voice so deep plus, i would have loved to voice it with a calm tone in order to get the type of feel i had when rehearsing but as i got into the booth, they kept saying i am so low so do not know if it was their instrument or that i didnt try harder. thanks for the honest review
flag (Jul 06, 2015, 10:28 EDT)
Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Well, working w/other musicians is tricky. Are you saying that there art not too many drummers in your city? If you get a shot at working with one, beware, they sometimes cannot control their volume........ hint ;) -Shoham
flag (Jul 06, 2015, 16:50 EDT)