by David Cawston

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Don't Worry, Be Happy (6 of 10)
David Cawston
Philippians 2:17-3:1

Memory Verse: Phil 3:1
3:1 Finally, my brothers, rejoice in the Lord! NIV

Entertainers try to make people happy! Remember a few years ago Bobbie McFerri wrote a song to a Caribbean rhythm entitled Don't worry, be happy

Here's a little song, I wrote. I might want to sing it note for note
Don't worry, be happy

Every life we has some trouble
When you worry you make it double
Don't worry, be happy ho...

You ain't got no place to lay your head
Somebody came and took your bed
Don't worry, be happy

The land lord say your rent is late
Hey may have to lit the gate
Don't worry, be happy (look at me I'm happy)

(I give you my phone no.
When you worried call me
I make you happy) oh...
Don't worry, be happy

Ain't got no cash, ain't got no style
In gumble gull to make you smile
But don't worry, be happy

Coz when you worry your face will frown
In that will bring everybody down
So don't worry, be happy...(5x)
Now then, this song I wrote
I hope you learn it note for note
(Like good to children) don't worry, be happy

Listen to what I say in your life expect some trouble.
When you worry you make it double
Don't worry, be happy...(7 times...till fade)

There are a lot of people looking for happiness! One man said "Certain people cause happiness wherever they go. Other people cause happiness whenever they go." Money will not buy you happiness but it gets you a better class of enemies. It's just as well that money can't buy happiness. With today's prices we couldn't afford it anyway. Happiness is overrated!

Max Lucado writes, "Take a fish and place him on the beach. Watch his gills gasp and scales dry. Is he happy? No!
How do you make him happy?
Do you cover him with a mountain of cash?
Do you get him a time share and a beach chair?
Do you bring him a copy of Playfish magazine and a martini?
Do you wardrobe him in double-breasted fins an ...

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